Summer projects under construction

We’re having a very active spring and summer building season at FabCab. Half a dozen FabCabs are under construction or about to break ground. The sites are quite varied, proving that FabCabs can be constructed on slabs or over crawl spaces or basements, on flat or hilly sites. Several of our clients have opted to expose their floor slabs, either for aesthetic reasons or to provide an economical, non-scratch floor. Stay tuned for project updates in the coming months.

Two-Story Waterfront | Camano Island, WA | Moved in: Our clients have recently moved into their Camano waterside retreat (photo of interior above). View more photos on our Facebook page.

The Butterfly House | Vashon Island, WA | In Construction: This ~1,500 sf custom home (plus 300 sf screened-in porch) features a signature butterfly roof and FabCab detailing. This home will bring the best of indoor-outdoor living to the woods of Vashon.

Family Friends | Langley, WA | In Construction: This customized 1337 sf FabCab model is sided in corrugated metal, echoing the clients’ daughter’s house next door. This house is fully FabCab, taking advantage of both our interior and exterior materials packages.

Lake Chelan Cabin | Stehekin, WA | In Construction: This ~1,200 sf two-story cabin is in an off-the-grid community on Lake Chelan. The design is adapted to the heavy snow loads and cold winters, while taking in the mountain and river views.

Lake Roosevelt House | near Kettle Falls, WA | In Construction: Expanded FabCab? You bet! This ~1800 sf version of our largest FabCab model is being built on a hilltop overlooking Lake Roosevelt in northeastern Washington State.

A Room With A View | Pend Oreille, ID | In Construction Soon: Nestled into the landscape on a steep slope, this stock 550 sf FabCab includes a large covered porch that takes full advantage of the grand views across Lake Pend Oreille.

Orcas Island Home | Eastsound, WA | In Construction Soon: This customized 1175 sf FabCab will be the full-time residence of an island couple. The inland site has a wonderful view of Turtleback Mountain.

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