HIGH END & HUMBLE

When architect Sid Scott dreamed up his family’s new home, he sketched a “two-boxes separated by a breezeway”design that leaves it construction on view.  “The idea was to build a house with honest materials- and leave the exposed,” says Sid Scott, hard at play with wife and kids Alex and Issac.  “I left our chimney as they installed it, so it’s what everybody else has inside their walls.”

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Original Article

Title:  One Mighty Fine (yet humble) Family House

Date: March-April, 2005

Author: Sheila de la Rosa

Publication: Oregon Home