Seven Rivers Design + Build uses software that allows us to track project costs and schedules online in real time and share important information with clients and trade partners through a portal on our website.
Using this technology, we are able to work in concert with our clients to ensure that informed decisions about different phases of a project are made in a timely fashion, keeping the work moving forward on schedule and on budget.
Read more in our article "Client as Collaborator".
The combination of Hebel (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete) walls, an exposed structural steel roof system, and bespoke craftsmanship makes for a very interesting building.
We used a traditional Japanese wood preservation technique called Shou Sugi Ban on the post and beam structure of this building.
The views have to be the highlight of this home. Situated on a hill overlooking pastures and woods to the West, the home is oriented to capture both warmth from the South and the sunset in the west.
Dealing with the constraints of a challenging lot led to an unusual but interesting and very functional design.
The main pavilion, with a raised stage in the center and a wing on either side, is a post and beam structure built using local hemlock. The timber framing, including the trusses, was done in our shop and transported to the site for final assembly.