Number 44
Central Oregon

This home for a growing young family places an emphasis on creating a variety of gathering spaces, both introspective and outwardly focused. The home embodies the couple’s memories of the past and visions for their future.

A custom designed art gallery houses space for the couple’s collection of over 100 Pearl Jam concert posters, one from each show they’ve attended. A ‘vinyl cubby’ features a record collection and player for enjoying vintage tunes.

An 8.2 kW PV array on the roof is utilized to offset all of the energy requirements of driving two electric vehicles on an annual basis.

Covered, heated patios, an outdoor kitchen & dining area, and a patio with a recessed hot tub adjacent to a retractable movie viewing screen allow enjoyment of the outdoors throughout the year. Careful siting on the lot minimizes privacy concerns from the adjacent property and golf course as well as orients the main living spaces towards the distant mountain views to the northwest.

The homeowner’s self-described bohemian-modern aesthetic guided the home’s interior design; minimalist, light filled spaces are interspersed with pops of color and texture creating a very unique and personalized home for their family.

Project Credits

Design Team
Eric Meglasson, Ani Cahill
High Timber Construction, Matt Jura, Jeff Schlapfer
Bladt’s Custom Woodwork, Ani Cahill Design, Walker Structural Engineering, FURNISH, Roche Bobois Portland
Central Oregon
Eric Meglasson, Alan Brant