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Cutler Anderson's work is very fine. Beautiful cabin, perfect site, great view. The other works are also good, but I wonder how they were able to remove the flutes from the classical columns of the Edith Green Wendell Wyatt Federal Building and splay the columns out as they did, and stay within the WH guidelines?
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Cutler Anderson are about as good as it gets. The studio is actually at James Cutler's own home. Another fine Northwest firm whose work I've seen is
Helliwell & Smith in Vancouver, BC:
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nice cabin, although I find their work generally to be quite "monumental" - but Ive only seen photos and drawings.