Redmond Retreat

Close to the city yet in a world unto itself, Redmond Retreat merges beauty with functionality. Designed for a family and their four pets, the contemporary twist on a 1960s ranch house celebrates the land on which it sits. Stone, wood, and glass emerge from the hillside to form a warm shelter in the trees. The living room, kitchen, bedrooms, and rec room boast expansive windows with views into the forest. Quiet hallway nooks look out into the tree canopy, allowing residents to relax in the treetops with an enticing book. Other rooms connect directly with outdoor living spaces. Stone walls anchor the custom home’s interior and exterior, offering a sense of permanence and timelessness as the world outside evolves.

Project Team

Architecture: Gelotte Hommas Drivdahl Architecture
Builder:  Jim Cavanaugh, James Co.
Interior Designer:  Hilary Young
Landscape Architect:  Sundance Landscaping
Structural:  BTL Engineering
Photography:  Benjamin Benschneider

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