Nathan Good Architects PC
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Nathan Good Architects specializes in the design of custom green architecture that synthesizes functionality, environmental performance and aesthetics. Our projects range from unique dwellings in remote settings to extensive remodels in urban environments. While most of our projects are located in the Pacific Northwest, our knowledge of climate-responsive design has created opportunities for our work in Alaska, Hawaii, Arkansas, and Mexico. Our approach to the "aesthetic engineering" of our projects results in our design of homes, wineries, and commercial structures that capture our client's aspirations.

Services Provided
Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, House Plans, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Bend, Portland, Hood River, Yamhill, Carlton, McMinnville, Neskowin, Cannon Beach, Lincoln City, Newport, Manzanita, Redmond, Central Oregon

Certifications and Awards
Green Home of the Year - Green Builder Magazine, 2012Custom Home of the Year - Spaces Magazine, 2008Western Home Award - Sunset Magazine, 2006Custom Green Home of the Year - Environmental Design + Construction, 2006Custom Green Home of the Year - National Association of Home Builders, 2005
Pacific Northwest Architects Specializing in Custom Green Homes

Contact: Nathan Good
Location: 205 Liberty Street NE, Suite B
Salem, OR 97301
Business Registration #: OR4262 HI16166 CA21183 WA9589
Typical Job Costs: USD 300,000 - USD 10,000,000
Range above is total project cost; architectural fees are typically 12-18% of project cost
Commented: Love the wood exterior, where can I get it? It's natural cedar siding
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Commented: Great home! I love the simple chimney shroud. Where did you get it? It was custom designed and fabricated
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Commented: How bid is the terrace? Love it! approximately 500 square feet
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Commented: What is the The carpet was owner purchased, so we don't have the exact specifications for the rug or know where it was obtained. It appears to be a bound Berber rug, which could be obtained at many large carpet ...
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Commented: How do you protect cedar shingle siding against weather aging? It's tough to do! Feel free to contact us to discuss some ideas. 503-370-4448
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