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E. Cobb Architects
November 29, 2007, 9:54 am
Filed under: Architecture, Seattle, Urban Architecture

E Cobb Architects Map

The work of Eric Cobb has been a strong influence on us here at BUILD; in fact we got our start when BUILD founder, Kevin Eckert, built Cobb’s own residence nearly a decade ago. We admire the discipline of materials, the efficiency of methods and the boldness of form in Cobb’s work. For a young architect (under 50 years old by definition) Cobb has a considerable and significant portfolio of work which can be seen on his website. For the purpose of this blog entry we will focus on a couple of aspects that Cobb and his team do very well: exterior massing and the innovation of stairs.

Eaton Residence

Eaton Residence

Eaton Residence

Eaton Residence

Stretch Residence

Stretch Residence

Stretch Residence

Mile-Post 9 Residence

Milepost 9

Milepost 9

Tobias Residence

Tobias Residence

Tobias Residence

Leschi Residence

Leschi Residence

Leschi Residence

Lagerberg Residence

Lagerberg Residence

Roskin Residence

Roskin Residence

Roskin Residence

Dellplain Residence

Dellplain Residence

East Columbia Residence

East Columbia Residence

Kogan Residence

Kogan Residence

East-Ford Residence

East Ford Residence

East Ford Residence

Cirone-Brannon Residence

Cirone-Brannon Residence

Bruckner Residence

Bruckner Residence

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