a clear logic

Eric Cobb views Puget Sound from atop BonV – three townhouses whose spaces are defined by structural slabs, CMU shear walls, and structural steel and glass. Each unit has a street-level flex space sized for parking. At Milepost 9, Cobb economized by building

Concrete block walls organize the Tobias Residence, designed for former urban dwellers who wanted a loftlike house.

The 2,200-square-foot top floor has virtually no interior walls, thanks to a light-industrial steel-and-concrete framing system on a simple grid, with wood flooring and wall infill.

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