ADM Architecture, LLC

Current Projects: Commercial

Kitsap Podiatry • Silverdale, WA

Project Type: Medical / Tenant Improvement within Existing Shell & Core

Size: 3,000 s.f. Construction Type: Wood Framing

AOR: ADM Architecture (Interiors by Michele Interiors)

Design Features: The doctors had outgrown their current Silverdale space, and were referred to ADM by the doctors at Sound Family Health after their experience with ADM. The new office design by ADM includes 7 exam rooms, a private office for both doctors to share, a nice and open waiting and reception area, a sized-for-growth “MA Station” to serve as a hub at the circulation corner of the exam rooms, an X-ray area, a break room, along with many other associated spaces based on the programming ADM did with the doctors, and their future plans for the practice.

Olympic Place I • Poulsbo, WA

Project Type: Commercial Marketing / Leasing Study

Size: 9,500+ s.f.

AOR: Shell & Core, Existing; Marketing by ADM Architecture

Design Features: The building owners approached their commercial leasing agent about how to “set themselves apart” in marketing their available lease space in the building. We took the hand drawn “as-built” conditions and got them into AutoCad and Google SketchUp, which allowed us to create 3-D models and wireframe drawings to sketch design ideas on for a new entry façade and lobby on the first floor, and a new concept entry and waiting area / reception for a potential lease tenant to visualize the space and what it “could be” as new and vibrant / exciting vs. just what it is now (tired and outdated). The clients were very pleased with the results, and felt it would help in getting the space leased by being “fresh and different” and being able to “think outside the box.”

Dr. Lally’s Office • Poulsbo, WA

Project Type: Medical, Tenant Improvement, New Construction

Size: 1,200 s.f. Construction Type: Metal Framing

AOR: ADM Architecture

Design Features: A “Built to Suit” new construction tenant improvement for Dr. Lally’s practice in Poulsbo. She’s moving from the Bond Road/Hwy 305 location up to the new shell and core building in Olhaava, by Olympic College in Poulsbo. Dr. Lally’s space was designed by ADM to include waiting and reception, exam and procedure room, utility and storage area, and two offices, break area, and interior restroom for staff that includes a shower.

Current Projects: Residential

McNally Remodel • Vancouver, WA

Project Type: Exterior & Interior Remodel

Size: 2,800 sf

Construction Type: Wood Framing

Design Features: This client has asked ADM to get the house “up to date” and to fit better into the neighborhood. We removed her “southwest” exteriors scheme, and made it a more “northwest contemporary” that matched their recent kitchen remodel. ADM redesigned all the exterior facades for altering the curb appeal of roof planes & roofing materials, all exterior siding and trim/framing members, front entry sequence and new driveway pattern from the street, knee bracing and stone plinths / wainscot details, trench draining and garage door design. ADM also designed (on paper for future phased construction) the interior stairs and railings into dining / living room, along with the fireplace getting a facelift (which the client did in this phase).

Glaze Residence Remodel • Bainbridge Island, WA

Project Type: Residential Addition & Remodel—Garage, Loft Above, & Main House

Size:3,200 sf

Construction Type: Wood Frame

Design Features: This full home remodel is to be constructed in two phases. First we lifted the second floor of the existing garage space for ceiling height (reconstructed the second floor) to be a future office loft and studio space including plenty of “home storage” area in a partial height loft in half of the vaulted ceiling. This will also serve as their “living space” during phase two, where we re-designed the master bedroom, bathroom and walk-in closet areas. We also reconfigured the entry foyer and stairway, living room, kitchen and dining, as well as the first floor mudroom and back service entry “drop zone” area. We added entertaining areas in exterior covered decks as well.

Tiny Homes Prototype • Poulsbo, WA

Project Type: New Construction “Truck Trailer” Sized Housing

Size: 8' x 22' Single Family Home

Construction Type: Wood Frame

3-D Modeling: Brooks Lockard

Design Features: This client is designing a prototype to be customizable for each client, to create a house that can fit on / be built right onto a pickup truck trailer. ADM is designing a classic style customizable craftsman look for the elevations, to be coupled with a multitude of floor plan options. You will be able to drive your home on vacation or to your vacation property and simply set it down and live in it! For more information, visit

Bohnas Garage & Storage Building • Port Orchard, WA

Project Type: New Construction

Size: 1,600 sf Construction Type: Wood Framing

Design Features: This client has asked ADM to create the ultimate garage and storage facility for their acreage property that will house all the cars, toys, and tools you could imagine. This garage will include three vehicle bays, and vaulted ceilings to incorporate car lift storage in two bays, along with extensions on either end for yard tools, ATVs, riding lawnmowers, power tools, wood shop area, etc.

Current Projects: Aging in Place

Oftshun “Aging in Place” Remodel • Tracyton, WA

Project Type: Residential Addition & Remodel: Foyer, stairs, and site entry sequence

Size: New 6' x 10' extension to rear entry “foyer” for client and guests, and associated site improvements

Construction Type: Wood frame foyer, raised paths in concrete and railroad ties with packed gravel infill

Design Features: This client and his mother live on the same property parcel just south of Silverdale, WA. After hearing Aaron Murphy’s speech on “The Aging-in-Place Phenomenon” at a local Rotary meeting, Mr. Ofsthun decided to have ADM come take a look at his mother’s house. We assessed the access from the property lines and garage/painting studio, and helped Mr. Oftshun look at the property and most used entry point to the house by his mother and her friends/guests in a new and creative way. This provides much more of an “on grade” concept solution for all points of entry to the site and buildings on it, including Doris’ house which is currently entered through a tiny interior landing where the door swings into the stairs, and the floor level is 26 inches below the rest of the house and kitchen entry, where she comes in daily.