Entries by 2atara

An inspiring downspout

How about this for an inspiring downspout? In our rainy Pacific Northwest climate, we too seek to celebrate the beautiful movement of water through sustainable design.

Parker Remodel

When our clients first approached us with their plans to demo their 2400 sf 1960s rambler and build a new home from scratch, we immediately jumped at the challenge to salvage the home instead.  The significant waste and environmental impacts from new construction are something we like to avoid when possible, and we love the […]

A Sustainable Mudpit

This might look like a mud pit to the untrained eye.  Actually, it is that too, but we get excited about this mud pit here at 2atara.  Those pin piles you see are metal tubes that are driven into the ground for sustainability reasons.  Causing less disruption of the land, they allow us to lightly rest […]

Supporting Arts & Humanities Bainbridge

We are proud sponsors of Arts & Humanities Bainbridge who support, promote and foster cultural organizations and artists of all disciplines through a variety of vehicles and opportunities.  If you have the means, we encourage you to support their efforts with a direct donation or through their “Appreciation Through Art” Auction taking place this week.  […]

A Flying Garage

The renovation of a 1960’s rambler kicked off with a large stand-alone garage being picked up by a giant crane and relocated onto its new pad attached to the home. With a significant amount of site infill two courtyards will be created and 75 sf of deck added. Watch the short video clip here.

2atara Sponsors the Annual Harvest Fair

2atara is a proud corporate sponsor of the upcoming annual Bainbridge Island Harvest Festival on September 22nd. The fair is a celebration of local farming and community and draws several thousand guests of all ages to historic Johnson Farm each year.  Enjoy family friendly activities like cider pressing and carriage rides, and meet the farmers […]

Modular Home Excitement Part 3.

After a very long journey over snowy mountain passes and across an ocean sound, 2atara’s modular home flew through the air and landed in its final resting place Friday afternoon.