Groundbreaking at Hood River Modern Home

The H&H team recently broke ground on a new modern home project near Hood River.


From left to right: H&H Project Supervisor Melissa Peloquin, H&H Project Administrator Aaron Bergeson, H&H Project Lead James Reck, client, H&H Co-Owner Sam Hagerman, Scott | Edwards Project Architect Rick Berry, and Scott | Edwards Designer Joe Broders.

The project, designed by Scott | Edwards Architecture, built by Hammer & Hand, with landscape design by PLACE Studio, will be a 3333 SF single family home set on the north slope of Booth Hill with views of Mount Adams and the orchards, vineyards, and farmsteads that make up the Hood River Valley. Scott | Edwards Architecture designed the home to take advantage of these views – the north-facing side of the building will be almost entirely floor-to-ceiling windows.

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New Home Build Rendering in Hood River
Hood-River-Residence_2The structure will be separated into two parts: the main house and the guest house, each with its own entrance. A deck will separate the two parts.

The main house will have a kitchen, open living space, master bedroom, and two other bedrooms. The guest house will have one bedroom, one bathroom, and a recreation room.

The home’s design palette is simple: concrete, glass, fir, and steel.

Interior Rendering of Hood River Residence

The property will also include a separate garage and carport.

Rendering of Project Overview by PLACE Studio | Hammer & Hand

Rendering by PLACE Studio

The new home will open out to ample outdoor living space separated from the driveway and parking areas by a long hedge and concrete retaining wall.

Landscape at Hood River Modern New Home

Rendering by PLACE Studio

We’re excited to watch this home go up – we’ll be sharing more notes and photos as the project progresses.

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