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Winslow House Blends Homeowner’s Needs and Unique Design

The Winslow House is a 2,300 square foot home uniquely designed for the lifestyle and future needs of the homeowners. Being empty-nesters, the homeowners wanted a master bedroom downstairs and a home designed for aging in place. The 350 square foot studio above the garage is

Willamette River Floating Home Under Construction

BC&J Architecture is proud to see a floating home we designed under construction. Our clients were looking for a river side, cottage style house well suited to their life style and entertaining guests. The open floor plan of this 2,100 square foot floating home offers plenty

From Drawing Board to Construction

We spend so much time building a house on the drawing board, it is a delight to watch a home be transformed from a design to a living structure.We designed this home for an empty nest couple who wanted a universal design to age-in-place after downsizing

On the Cover of Sunset Magazine!

BC&J Architecture was selected to design the 2013 Sunset Magazine Idea House at the magazine's first ever Idea Town: Seabrook  - a new town on the coast of Washington State, and we made the coveted cover!Sunset Magazine actually celebrated TWO Idea Houses for the first

10 Bodacious Boathouses

Bill Briggs of SwitchYard Media wrote an article hosted by MSN that features the Point Monroe Boathouse we designed! You can check it out at the following link: http://realestate.msn.com/10-bodacious-boathouses#8

East View House - BC&J Architects

Sustainability and Aging in Place

BC&J Architecture Principal Peter Brachvogel, AIA addresses Sustainability and Aging in Place in the Spring 2012 issue of Premier Builder - Architect & Design Magazine.

BC&J Architecture featured in 50 US ARCHTECTS

This beautiful book brings together one architect and project from each of the 50 states.  BC&J Architecture is proud to represent Washington with the Olympic View House.You can read more about this great project at http://designbookpress.com/books/viewbook/us50