From The Homeowner
The house was a long time coming and a dream come true. I called Stillwater, Kaveh flew down to meet us, and my husband and I were immediately on board. I felt so comfortable with Stillwater that we hired our contractor without bidding the job out. The next 14 months were a breeze. Literally no hiccups, no hold ups, no hassles. And the house we wound up with is a joy to live in. It’s bright, it’s simple, and it feels like home.
I'm a horse person, so I describe the main hallway as my center aisle. It's wide, it's airy, and it servers as the perfect gallery for our photography and art pieces. And the house takes full advantage of the spectacular views of the valley, with the full-length glass doors in both the great room and the master bedroom. In hindsight, there is nothing I would change in either the house or the guest house. Both are just perfect. We couldn't be happier!
From The Homeowner"Having studied architecture, we were probably one of the most difficult clients Stillwater could have had; nonetheless, they were extremely collaborative and we feel we created an amazing house that met all our needs and budget."
Bainbridge Island, WA
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"We call it our 'see-through house.' We love the feeling of walking up to the glass front door and having it seemingly opened by the Olympic Mountains in the background. Because the house was built on a hill, the massive cantilevered deck and butterfly roof creates the sensation that the house has taken flight. It feels as if we're floating above it all in our own piece of paradise.
Nick is a third-generation carpenter and house builder from Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. When we were considering our architect, we knew that a quality and enduring end-product was non-negotiable. The Stillwater concept and design met our standards for a house that will stand the test of time. I imagine that someday Stillwater homes will be desirable with the same force and effect as authentic mid-century modern homes are today. Stillwater homes are a piece of art.
There is a misconception that a modern home cannot also be warm and inviting, nor truly reflective of the family living within. This is not true. The Stillwater design provided us a platform to make the house our own including mixing the modern with the old, the purchased with the created. We also brought in materials from the outdoors; the effect being a blend of environments that in the end is our home. There is an authentic space for everyone in our family, from twelve years-old on up!”
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