Architecture is not for selected few but EVERYONE.

Stevens Addition (Tacoma, WA, USA, AIA Seattle 2014 Award of Honor Winner)

The Stevens are an active couple in their 70s who appreciate good architecture and design.  The husband was a chemistry professor who became a ceramic artist and the wife is a physician assistant involved in medical research. In the early 1970s they commissioned a prominent woman architect in Washington to design their house.  The house […]

Chinese Tomb (Central Java, Indonesia)

The Chinese does not only view a tomb only as a burial place to commemorate those who have passed away but also a place to gather with family members along with the departed.  It is a place to pay respect, eat together, and talk to strengthen family ties.  That is why this tomb is placed […]

Suburban House (Puyallup, Washington State, USA)

The project started as an ambition of a young architect trying to fulfill his dream to design and build his own house with a very limited budget.  The project became possible with the idea of splitting his property where his family lived and building a new house in the back accessed from the side road.  […]

Playhouse II

This playhouse is intended to teach children our mother nature.  Water, earth and sky are the components of mother nature to be explored within the structure. Water is located on the ground floor as clear acrylic or polycarbonate pool.  Above it is earth in the form of sand box.  Again, acrylic or polycarbonate materials for […]