The St. Paul Residences are located on a natural bluff site not far from downtown. The larger home was designed for the owner’s anticipated mobility issues, and an adjacent home was designed for their son who requires 24/7 care. The smaller of the homes is a gabled form of stucco, with a cedar shingled roof and wood accents at front window recesses. The interior features an open plan with windows that span from floor to ceiling to provide expansive views. The larger of the homes is also a simple gable. The first level is clad in limestone, atop of which sits a second level and peaked roof clad in horizontal panels of warm, brown copper. The homes are connected through similar color palettes and cohesive landscape design. The goal was to provide accessible living spaces, fitting within a historic neighborhood with subtle connections to massing, materials and street presence.