Atop a mountain outside of Portland, this home incorporated 2,250 square feet of Case windows and doors. With the exception of the windows in the solarium, all windows and doors employed a prairie-style muntin pattern. This design necessitated daylight alignment between adjacent window and door components to assure a consistent corner light size and placement. All product was manufactured from laminated American Black Cherry Prunus serotina. A factory microporous finish was applied, the interior in a colorless formulation and the exterior in a custom dark green. Finish hardware in sand cast brass was supplied for all interior doors as well as for Case windows and doors.
Architect: Roderick Graham/Richard Jaffe Associates
Contractor: Pearce Building and Remodeling