A sliding window between the kitchen and the barbecue area makes outdoor cooking a cinch.
Kayaks and windsurfing equipment are stored in the main cedar-clad volume.
A food-service area with a bar is a defining feature.
Fusion Landscape Design worked with PATH to remake the backyard into a grown-up playground.
In the bathroom, a thin pane of glass separates the shower; an Aquaplane sink by Lacava hovers above...
“This was a very, very, very, very custom job,” says Klebba.
The dining table tucks under a shelf when it’s not pulled out for meals.
A couch—upholstered by local firm Revive Upholstery & Design—slides out on hidden casters and transforms into a...
All of the furniture was meticulously handmade by Klebba and Reis to serve the family’s needs.
The main built-ins—a sofa bed, table and chairs, and plenty of storage—run the length of the space and are tucked...
PATH partnered with local woodworkers Benjamin Klebba, of Phloem Studio, and Bren Reis, of Earthbound Industries, to...
Strips of white-oak flooring line the interior of the studio, created by designer Jeff Vincent and PATH Architecture.
“Our desire was to have the spaces appear as though they were carved from a single block of wood, with the movable...
Salvaged Wood Renovation in Portland
Custom woodwork and an open interior define a 520-square-foot backyard retreat for a busy family.
Lee, Hart, and their children Ruby, Jodie, and Mae gravitate to the kitchen, where the Corian-coated kitchen island...
Wright Feldhusen Architects designed this house for a client that loves to swim.
Groupings of succulents accent the home’s entry path and pool area.
The small pool at the top of the landing provides the family with a place to cool off.
The east-facing pool terrace is outfitted with a series of Eos lounge chairs (and plenty of inflatable swim toys).
All the rooms are cross-ventilated and a central stairwell skylight is designed to be opened in order to flush out hot...