Point Roberts Residence Featured in Seattle Magazine, January 2017

A Point Roberts family home emphasizes fresh air and natural light

Seattle Magazine: January 2017

“When Rhodes’ Point Roberts clients bought an open, south-facing property (just shy of 1.5 acres) in Point Roberts with a water view and a scattering of mature maple trees, they were clear about one requirement for the future house: It would need to capture every scrap of daylight, even in winter. “Light all day long as much as possible really helps the mind and body feel good,” says the owners. The couple had previously […]

Medina Residence Featured in The Seattle Times, June 2016

Every room is a family room in this light and bright Medina home.
A new home is designed with built-in fun for three generations – especially the youngest one.

The Seattle Times: June 2016
By: Sandy Deneau Dunham

Pacific NW magazine associate editor

“The Clients, live with their three young children and Chiang’s mother in a striking, light-filled new home in Medina where every room is a family room, because every decision decided with architect Tim Rhodes and project architect Josh Meharry of Rhodes Architecture + Light was based on family.”

“They chose their […]

Spring Hill Residence Featured in The Seattle Times, September 2008

Northwest Living
Transformed by Design

The Seattle Times: September 2008

“Stocked with the tried and -true, a garden grows prolific and personal.”

“The strongest design element in the client’s front garden is a circular patio, round pond and water rill, inspired by the water feature at the entry to the Bellevue Botanical Garden. Silvery hellebores and a ‘Bloodgood’ maple are growing alongside the walkway.”

Magnolia Gardens Featured in Northwest Home, January 2008

Rhodes brings in light and banishes the cookie-cutter blueprint

Seattle Magazine/Northwest Home: January 2008 Best of Home

“Rhodes transformed an existing 1954 foundation into marvelous Magnolia Gardens, a quick-to-sell spec residence.”

“The Glade comprises three new homes on neighboring Magnolia lots and 19,000 square feet of gardens, rocks, streams, and pools. This in-progress residence on Puget Sound features two wings linked by a central dining hall. The mix of natural tones and materials makes for a warmly inviting kitchen in the Magnolia Gardens home.”

“If a recent project, Magnolia Gardens, is […]

Rhodes Architecture + Light Named One of Seattle’s 50 Top Architects by Northwest Home, Nov/Dec 2006

Rhodes Architecture + Light

Northwest Home + Garden: Nov/Dec 2006
Top 50 Architects

“Rhodes is known for his intelligent and distinctly Northwest designs. A recently completed favorite of Rhodes is Magnolia Gardens, a four-bedroom home with views of Elliot Bay and West Seattle that utilizes the foundation of a house built in the early 1950’s. “I think it set a new standard for speculative residences,” says Rhodes. “One of my goals in the past 10 years had been to experiment with houses built for sale, with the intention of challenging other builders and […]

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