Dwelling #1336 is truly artful creation. It is a reappropriation of pieces belonging to local/regional structures; wall boards from a Walla Walla cabin, angle iron from irrigation center pivot, structural timbers from a Lowden grain storage bin, steel trusses from a elementary school, and beams from the Umatilla Chemical Weapons Depot. These pieces were thoughtfully placed to create a minimalistic dwelling that is sustainable and comfortable.
This home is located in a semi rural setting, just minutes away from the downtown and beautiful views of the blue mountains. It is an ideal space for a couples get away weekend. The home has one bedroom, a lovely kitchen, and cozy wood burning stove. The large windows and open design create a feel of spaciousness and ease for all who stay here.