Eastsound Village - BC & J
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Eastsound Village

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 feet of light commercial space for office or retail functions and a second story residential unit ideal for vacation stays in charming Eastsound or as a primary residence for local in-town living.


The architecture derives its inspiration from local vernacular buildings and early 1900’s commercial stores found in small villages such as Eastsound, Friday Harbor and Port Townsend Washington.  Measures such  storm water catchment, heat recovery HVAC/hot water and most importantly, phased use of allowable footprint area, contribute the sustainable nature of the work prepared by Peter Brachvogel, AIA

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 feet of light commercial space for office or retail functions and a second story residential unit ideal for vacation stays in charming Eastsound or primary residence for local in-town living.
The architecture derives its inspiration from local vernacular buildings and early 1900’s commercial stores found in small villages such as Eastsound, Friday Harbor and Port Townsend Washington.  Measures such  storm water catchment, heat recovery HVAC/hot water and most importantly, phased use of allowable footprint area, contribute the sustainable nature of the work prepared by Peter Brachvogel, AIA