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Paul presented at the NW EcoBuilding Slam

Paul Kocharhook was invited to present at the Green Building Slam organized by the NW EcoBuilding Guild!

The presentation focused on the story behind the Lake Washington Carriage House that Pathway remodeled back in 2018.

A little about the remodel:

A modernized small home that was originally built as a carriage house. Heated floors, a woodworking nook, a place for the band to practice, plus a spiral staircase and the clients were able to make their mark with salvaged and repurposed beams as unique, featured flooring. That’s just the beginning… This Lake Washington carriage house needed more functional living space, more natural light, and a whole new heating system for both levels of the home, and separate spaces for hobbies and interests. Results: The awkward and unlivable basement was transformed into an additional floor of conditioned living space that meets the client’s needs. Even though a majority of work was completed in the basement, the addition of livable square footage allowed them to rethink the use of space on the main level. Our clients also put their own stamp on the project by completing some of the more intriguing finishes themselves.

Every year we present on a different project, will we see you next year?

About Olga Lockhart

Olga Lockhart, Marketing Manager for Pathway Design & Construction, researches, analyzes, and writes about these key topics: Universal Design, Aging in Place, Northwest building & Seattle remodeling trends, air quality issues, and solutions, during construction. She's also willing to chat about travel and culture out of the office.

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