He doesn’t have a huge presence in the Pacific Northwest—but there are a few homes around.
Get ready for pretty courtyards and big views
Washington State’s first registered female architect left her legacy all over the Puget Sound
This lofted contemporary has layers of views
You might know it as the American Apparel building—or vacant space
Plenty of open-air gathering spaces wrap around this Mercer Island house
Two local legends combine for one incredible house
The Frank Lloyd Wright fellow designed this Kingston home with big views.
Listed for $1.14 million, this Bellevue home brings the outdoors inside
See inside the mixed-use, Tom Kundig-designed building
A sleek home surrounded by trees
This home features a wealth of conversation starters—including a signature from the father of geodesic domes himself.
Including a sauna, a library, and a 1600-square-foot terrace.
This tudor revival penthouse feels like a single-family home from the inside, with soaring cathedral ceilings and nearly 2500 square feet of space.
Settle in to 1,792 square feet of northwest contemporary style by Jim Cutler. The house was built in 1980, but looks like it could be new.
This 1964 home by the iconic northwest architect is built for sunrises.
This three-bedroom home with downtown views was designed by one of Seattle’s prolific midcentury architects.
Few homes touch on as many parts of Seattle’s history as this midcentury in Shoreline.
Sit high on a hill with the sea for a moat
See what an architect designed for his family
December, a time for cozy traditions - and skiing
Designed by noted early Washington architect Kirtland Cutter