Featured in SNAP magazine

Magnolia Mid-Mod continues to get noticed for its innovative design solutions, especially in the kitchen where ergonomics and workflow were carefully considered together with the different abilities of standing and seated users. Most recently, it was featured in SNAP magazine  (Sweets News and Products), published by Architectural Record.

In the pre-internet era, you would not have found an architect's office without current copies of the Sweets catalogs in their resource library. So, it's especially flattering to have been included in the Product Specs "Accessible Design Solutions" section of this publication, which serves as a "yellow pages" and inspiration source for other architects.

(The products editor, Sheila Kim, also included a handwritten note with my copy that made my day: "Your project truly demonstrates how beauty & accessibility can coexist.")

Universal Design projects (including ours) to be presented by author at Seattle Central Library

Deborah Pierce, author of a new book by Taunton Press, The Accessible Home:  Designing for All Ages and Abilities, will be doing a visual presentation of home design that is both beautiful and functional.  

Join us to celebrate the publication and learn more about how your home can meet your needs, both now and for the future.  

We are proud to have two of our projects, Pioneer Square and Magnolia Mid-Mod featured in this book.