Founded in 2008 by Seattle prominent residential architect, Matthew Stannard, who believed luxury, modern homes could be more sustainable and accessible to homeowners, has since established itself as a premier brand in the prefab industry, and today Stillwater Dwellings celebrates its 10 year anniversary of success.

Stillwater Dwellings has evolved to stay ahead of the growing demand for luxury prefabricated homes. Co-CEOs, Kaveh Khatibloo and John Morgan have built a talented team of architects, project managers and design professionals that enables them to create exceptional homes and to forge strong and lasting relationships with their customers and business partners alike. In addition, Stillwater Dwellings has been a key player in helping wildfire ravaged communities in California rebuild their homes by offering fast-track solutions. The rebuilds incorporate fire defense planning by using a few basic planning and architectural design decisions to greatly improve the chances that homes will survive any future wildfires. In addition, Stillwater periodically holds local events to help residents find additional recovery resources.

Stillwater Bainbridge

Each Stillwater home showcases fine detailing, premium materials and eco-friendly features. Their aesthetic is grounded in master modern architecture and can be easily recognized by their signature details; a soaring butterfly roofline, exterior “visors” and a steel plate, floating entry canopy.

“We believe that elegant design can create exceptional opportunities for indoor/outdoor living and connecting people to their beautiful surroundings,” Kaveh Khatibloo, co-CEO. Using floor to ceiling windows, thoughtful site integration and elegant interiors, Stillwater achieves a living space that is both beautiful and comfortable.

Stillwater Bainbridge

Over the past 10 years, Stillwater’s designs have been sought after by homeowners looking to build their dream home in a more sustainable and predictable manner than traditional stick built homes utilize. Their cultivated, three-step process is predicated on the idea that building a home should not be stressful and confusing, but exciting and rewarding.

“We bring much more to the table than beautiful designs. We work collaboratively with our clients to develop an understanding of what they want in a new home and then guide them through the entire process. The result is simple. A beautifully designed home that brings joy to its owners for years to come.” John Morgan, co-CEO.