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 and creators who grow and cook incredible island fare. This year 2atara will be judging the Dahlia contest so be sure to visit the booth for that fun event. Enter by 11:30 at the contest booth. Judging to take place at 1:00. Winners announced at 2:30. See you there!
Thank you to the Kitsap Sun for this fantastic article on our modular home.
MODULAR LIVING FLOATS TO BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
The homes are built inside a factory, so they’re constructed out of the elements and are sealed up and made weather-resistant before they head outside, said Craden Henderson, owner of 2atara, the Bainbridge design company that coordinated all the aspects of this particular home build. The homes…
This Thursday morning (December 21st) 2atara Design Build will be bringing a sustainably designed modern modular home (built in Idaho) onto the Island via the Seattle/Bainbridge 5.30am ferry — hope it fits! It will be in two massive 70ft pieces that will be craned into place at their new home on Lofgren Road.
Here we have a space designed to take in the views. This home stands tall, with a ‘crow’s nest’ perched perfectly at the end of a sky bridge on the upper level. The exterior confirms this is an intriguing solution to joining spaces, allowing the main house and garage levels to feel as one. 2atara knew of the challenge in working with a complex site on the hillside, though also knew that our design ideas always surpass!
The ultimate above garage studio, this gem will be an absolute dream to occupy. With clever soffit symmetry, moving walls, and raised bed area the room seems many times larger than the documented square footage. Well insulated and with a mini split heating system the energy bills will be extremely low. More pictures coming soon!