– Utilize building materials that appear natural and indigenous and support the rustic northwestern architectural
– Combine color, texture, and form to express both structural and transparent elements
– Use colors that help buildings recede and blend into the landscape
Exterior walls are to be simple, refined compositions that firmly tie the building to the site. A minimum of two and a maximum of three exterior wall materials are to be used, with one material clearly dominant.
- Material changes must occur at logical transitions that must occur at appropriate heights with dividing ledge stone or trim materials.
- Material changes must occur at logical transition points. Vertical transitions must occur at inside corners and horizontal transitions must occur at appropriate heights with dividing ledge stone or trim materials.