Cutler Anderson designs Studio/Bunkhouse for dad’s work and daughter’s sleepovers

A principal at US firm Cutler Anderson Architects has created a small outbuilding at his residence overlooking the Puget Sound, which serves as both his studio and a place for his daughter to bring friends. Architect James Cutler of Cutler Anderson Architects created the Studio/Bunkhouse for his home on an island near Seattle. The goal

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Connecticut Residence by Cutler Anderson straddles a woodland pond

US studio Cutler Anderson Architects has wrapped this house in Connecticut around a large pond so its residents can watch birds, fish and insects at play. The firm designed Connecticut Residence for a family of five with the aim of causing “minimal disturbance” to its rural setting among 4.3 acres (1.74 hectares) of woodland. Among

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Rolling Sunshades Flank A Pennsylvania Farmhouse

Flanked almost entirely by rolling sunshades, with the Pennsylvania Farmhouse, Cutler Anderson Architects have proposed an intriguing method of solar gain. Situated just outside the town of Lakewood, the home can open up to the beauty of the rural land…

Huge rolling shutters shade Pennsylvania farmhouse by Cutler Anderson Architects

Double-height rolling shutters can open up or enclose this farmhouse in Pennsylvania that Cutler Anderson Architects designed for a rural property. Situated outside the town of Lakewood, the compact white house was designed to echo the style of surrounding farm buildings, and to make the most of the client’s restricted budget. “We designed the 3,000-square-foot

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