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October 2018

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The Port Madison House

The Port Madison house design approach was derived from forms and volumes used throughout centuries by those who have lived on the shores of Puget Sound. The simple shed shapes and resultant volumes provide an elegant manner in which to celebrate light, air, and views. The

Architect Magazine video

BC&J Principals Stella Carosso and Peter Brachvogel discuss the company’s design philosophy with Architect Magazine. Hear about the philosophy behind the design of BC&J homes. Click Here to watch the video.

Newsworthy Design

A contemporary take on Northwest Regionalism, BC&J’s design for a Point Monroe waterfront compound is an elegant solution. Peter Brachvogel and Stella Carosso worked together with Carley Construction and Bliss Garden Design to reach the owners' goals of plenty of room for adult children and their

Willamette Wonder

This BC&J-designed cottage-style home on the Willamette River is made for entertaining. BC&J Architecture designed a floating home that is now located at its permanent location on the Willamette River in Portland. The home was constructed at a Marina an hour from the final home location.

Island Makeover – BC&J featured in Portrait Magazine

Architect Peter Brachvogel, AIA, was hired to remodel a Bainbridge Island home that sits on eight luscious acres of forested parkland, that include rustic trails, an apple orchard and a small vineyard. Together with Clark Construction, LLC and Taylor Anne Interiors , they accomplished magnificent results. Read