Elegant, functional, eye-pleasing forms employed for centuries by inhabitants of the Puget Sound inspired the design of the Port Madison House.
Simple shed forms—and the resultant openness and volume such shapes afford—provide the perfect framework in which to celebrate light, air, and views. The three sheds in this design have different functions. Daytime spaces in the main shed include living, dining and kitchen areas. Sleeping quarters are located in the nocturnal wing, while the third shed accommodates vehicles and sports equipment for an active and growing family.