Hall of Fame: Jim Olson and Tom Kundig

A Kootenai County, Idaho, cabin, 2002, opening to Hayden Lake with a handcrank. Photography by Benjamin Benschneider.

The Light catcher at the Whatcom Museum, 2009, in Bellingham, Washington. Photography by Benjamin Benschneider.

Rolling Huts, 2007, in Mazama, Washington. Photography by Tim Bies.

The living room of an Atherton, California, house, 1998. Photography by Bruce Van Inwegen.

The living room of a 2008 Denver house. Photography by Erhard Pfeiffer.

Sculptor Ed Carpenter’s glass skylight in a Seattle house, 1992. Photography by Mike Jensen.

A pavilion-style house in Bellevue, Washington, 2011. Photography by Benjamin Benschneider.

Foss Waterway Seaport in Tacoma, Washington. Photography by Olson Kundig Architects.

The powder room in a Portland, Oregon, house, 2007. Photography by Tim Bies.

A 2005 cabin in Mazama, Washington. Photography by Tim Bies.

A 2008 house in Montecito, California. Photography by Tim Bies.

A subterranean photography studio, part of a residential project in Sitges, Spain, 2010. Photography by Petter Hegre.

A mushroom-growing tent, a 2012 project from[storefront] Olson Kundig Architects. Photography by Kevin Scott.

Steel door rollers and discs from the Tom Kundig Collection, 2012. Photography by Michael Burns.

Meerkats and Noah’s Ark made from found objects. Photography by Grant Mudford.

Olson Kundig Architects’s 2007 installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. Photography by Grant Mudford.

Olson Kundig Architects principal Jim Olson. Photography by Kyle Johnson.

Olson Kundig Architects principal Tom Kundig. Photography by Kyle Johnson.

Lopez Island, Washington, house, 2010. Photography by Dwight Eschliman.