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Architect Visit: Bosworth Hoedemaker

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Architect Visit: Bosworth Hoedemaker

Janet Hall March 20, 2008

As a Seattle native, I have long admired the Northwest architectural firm founded by Steve Hoedemaker and Tom Bosworth. The duo specializes in the design of finely crafted, traditionally inflected waterfront houses in the Pacific Northwest (although they have done projects in California and Mexico). Go to Bosworth Hoedemaker to view their work; also check out Thomas L. Bosworth: Building with Light in the Pacific Northwest, by Erika Rosenfeld (currently available on Amazon for $52.50). A few detail shots of projects below:

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