Architecture and Interior Design
TJC gutted and replaced this kitchen in Seattle's Leschi neighborhood. Read more to see some of the features of the new kitchen:
Spencer-Decker ArchitectsA whole house remodel of a turn-of-the-century classic house near Volunteer Park.
Henderson Kelley Design
This view of Lake Union and downtown from this Capitol Hill condo is spectacular and TJC remodeled the interior to be worthy of viewing as well.
This galley kitchen had been largely shut off from the rest of the house before our remodel of the space. Although the footprint was unchanged, the functionality is greatly improved by the relocation of walls and openings, allowing for circular movement all through the main level of the house.
Carol Sundstrom @ ROM Architecture Studio
In a historic Pioneer Square building, this condo was remodeled to restore and enhance its rustic industrial details and improve the use of its space. The building’s Doug Fir posts and beams were stripped of paint to expose their character.
Tyler Engel, Architect
As part of an overall exterior restoration of the existing house which included siding and trim replacement, rebuilding the master deck, and re-painting, TJC built this outdoor space which provides for the best of relaxing and entertaining under sun and stars.
David Nieman Architects
This lovely home, fortunately located on the Montlake cut, had a new second story put on by TJC and a complete remodel of its remaining spaces.
Peter Bocek, Architect
This three star Builtgreen remodel in Magnolia was completed by TJC on a house on a bluff overlooking Elliot Bay and downtown. The magnificent views drove the design.
Design by Mary Ransdel
Complete restoration of a grand lake view home using sustainable building methods including recycled and environmentally friendly building materials and low-impact finishes.
TJC remodeled and restored both the interior and exterior of this Capitol Hill classic.
Mid-century Showcase on Hilltop
...a sustainable remodel of a mid-century classic originally designed by eminent Seattle architect Wendell Lovett.
The northwest Net Zero house is a custom, single family home in the Bellevue area of Washington. The term “Net Zero” means that it is a house whose systems will generate as much energy and water as the family consumes on an annual basis. For its many “green” or sustainable features, it will achieve a platinum certification from the United States Green Building Council’s LEED® for Homes program.