This modern urban craftsman in the middle of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood has a dramatically vaulted space with high South-facing clerestory windows to catch winter sun. A structural insulation panel (SIP) roof is supported by heavy timber trusses with wood rivet plates. The project benefits from salvaged hardwood paneling on the interior and chunky, salvaged cedar siding on the exterior. Windows and doors are high performance wood and PVC with jamb-extension style trims. Systems include a heat-recovery ventilator (HRV) and a minisplit heat pump. Expected completion, 2019. Owner/builder, Eric Noll; Architect: Brett Holverstott; Engineer: Daniel Buker; Windows: EuroClime.