The client bought this oversized lot and existing 1920s house with the goal of building a new small house and renting out the existing 750 s.f. house as an accessory dwelling unit. They wanted an open shared courtyard/entry, that allowed the existing house to be fully visible from the street, and they needed an enclosed garage for their river raft, so that it was always ready for their frequent weekend rafting trips. The clients wanted a classic Craftsman bungalow, so the primary challenge was to create a skinny house that was true to the horizontal vocabulary of the style. Other requirements included a front porch, sideyard facing entry, wheelchair accessibility, a sleeping porch, and solar PV. The lot to the south had tall firs which necessitated orienting the PV panel array to west. The walls will be 2x6 framing with horizontal 2x2 furring to create a 7-1/2” cavity with blown-in high density cellulose insulation. Heating will be in-floor radiant from an air-to-water heat pump.