Hacker Architects overhauls Oregon residence with colourful interiors and natural pine finishes

Hacker Architects has renovated a 1970s house in central Oregon, removing walls to create a more spacious layout and preserving original design features that lend the home a “retro spirit”.

The Bailey Residence is located in Black Butte Ranch, a small and isolated community located within the state’s Willamette National Forest.

The renovated Bailey Residence is surrounded by forest

Portland-based Hacker Architects‘ renovation focused on the interiors, which the team described as a “vibrant, nostalgic mix of colours and textures”.

The home enjoys stunning natural surroundings, which the team sought to highlight throughout the renovation. One way of doing this

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