Paul Thiry, Andrew Willatsen, Ellsworth Storey, Paul Hayden Kirk. Say these names and they evoke an architectural style that's distinctly Pacific Northwest. There are so many fantastic architects who have put their stamp on the homes of Western Washington and some of them are currently on the market. Below, you'll find a map with ten homes currently on the market built by some of the masters of the craft, including Kirk, Ralph Anderson and Roland Terry. If you're looking for homes created with style, harmony and modernity in mind, look no further.Read More
Ten Puget Sound Homes On The Market Built By Notable Architects
Although much of Anderson's work is modernist, he is also strongly associated with preservationism. He did a lot of work revitalizing Pioneer Square & Pike Place.
Over his 30-year career, Phelps has designed homes on the San Juans, Camano Island, Whidbey Island, Seattle, Hood Canal and Oregon.
Liddle was a passionate advocate for historic preservation and was one of the founders of the Tacoma Landmarks Commission.
Paul H. Kirk
Kirk's designs contributed to development of a regionally appropriate version of Modern architecture.
Roger J Gotteland
Gotteland, designer of the Admiral's House and Dr. John Lehmann House, also designed this mid-century 3-BR home that hit the market for $682K.
Partner at Hoshide Wanzer Williams Architects, he captures refined simplicity and understated elegance.
Here's a home that epitomizes Anderson's NW Regional Style aesthetic.
Terry a prime contributor to the regional approach to Modern architecture created in the Northwest in the post-World War II era.
Ambrose J. Russell
Russell's work here delicately balances old world charm and modern luxury. You can find his work all over Western Washington.
Paul H. Kirk
Designed by Kirk, this no-bank waterfront house has breathtaking outlooks and a charming guest house.