Hoedemaker Pfeiffer designed this family getaway with elegance and charm, but also using rustic details to create a space that feels welcoming and hidden in away in Suncadia, Washington.

In an effort to forget about the presence of neighbors and protect from wind this building was created with two courtyards that help focus views on the undeveloped beauty of the valley below.

The shape of the building also allows light on three sides of multiple rooms. Clerestory windows animate a bridge in the great room that connects loft spaces.


ArchitectureHoedemaker Pfeiffer
Interior Design: Amy Baker Interior Design​
Builder: Willkens Construction​/ Nine Pine Development
Landscape: Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects​
PhotographyAaron Leitz​