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On The Boards/Current Work

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

BC&J Architecture Home Featured in PNW Magazine

BC&J Architecture was featured in PNW Magazine, and the story behind the design and creation of the house is as charming as the house itself. The article explains how a family cabin led to the design of the house, and why the house was called Project

New Home on Flathead Lake

BC&J Architecture is the parent company to The Perfect Little House Company, which sells architect designed stock plans online. As seen in this Cove house design and attached Azalea garage, BC&J Architecture worked with the owners to modify the stock plans to take full advantage

Writer’s Retreat Completed

BC&J Architecture designed this home as an Island retreat for a writer. This small one-bedroom house of 1,455 square foot is inviting and open to the meadow view.  The 720 square foot studio doubles as a writer's haven while allowing overnight guests privacy in a separate

South Beach House Under Construction

Construction is underway on a BC&J house on the South Beach of Bainbridge Island. When completed, this house will be 4,200 square feet with a 700 square foot studio above a two car garage. The second floor of the two buildings are bridged by a sky terrace

Dreaming of Summer

This perfectly sited Bainbridge Island boat house serves as a great escape from the bleak winter landscape of this current season.  The compact boat house evokes the essence of summer; warm rays of sunshine, the lazy breezes, and the gentle sound of the waves lapping

Eastsound Village

In spite of the economic hardships of the construction industry in small, rural communities particularly, Eastsound Village on Orcas Island continues to forge ahead.  The construction of the first of two matching gateway buildings is currently 70% complete.  The building will house approximately 2,500 square