Lodge kitchen This family's vacation home, within the Suncadia Resort of Washington state, had a few different requirements the daughter has special needs, and the mummy of just one of the house owners is in a wheelchair. Universal design with the fitting access and clearances used to be paramount. Architect David Clinkston and internal designer Barbara Hyde Evans teamed up, growing a wide-open space that accommodates the kitchen, family area, sport area, eating space and garage for their daughter's clinical apparatus with seamless up to date-resort taste. At the same time, there is clear and neatly concept-out access for the way the family functions , whether or not Dad is cooking in the kitchen with everybody around, Mom is major the family in a board sport, the entire group has gathered to watch a movie after an afternoon outdoor in the snow, or they are extending the dining desk for foods with prolonged family.
Homeowners design their Washington circle of relatives vacation home to be available for their daughter with different needs & a mom in a wheelchair.