Tumble Creek

Project Team

ARCHITECT :   Hart Howerton Architecture

Products Designed Into Projects

  • LSD – Linear Slot Diffusers
  • 600 –Aluminum Lattice Return Air Grille
  • 905 –Aluminum Airfoil Blade with 45° Fixed Blades
  • MA –Modular Core Diffuser
  • 904 –Double Deflection Adjustable Aluminum Blade Grille
  • LF — Bronze –Linear Floor

Project Description

ADDRESS: 851 Honolulu Dr, Cle Elum, WA
NEIGHBORHOOD: Tumble Creek — Suncadia
SPACE UTILIZATION: Restaurant, bar, lounge, locker rooms, bowling and activity center


The Tumble Creek Great House is a golf and winter recreation resort clubhouse designed by Hart Howerton Architecture. The layout is intentionally expansive so that club members can fully enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding Cascade Mountains near Cle Elum, Kittitas County, Washington, 90 miles east of Seattle.

From 30’ LSD in the great room to 270’ of custom bronze linears in the restaurant and lounge, Shoemaker products are showcased all over the Tumble Creek Guest House. Large windows, indoor and outdoor access depending on the season this design took into consideration large loads of heat and air conditioning depending on the season. The durability of Shoemaker powder coating is the perfect fit for the linears in the high traffic restaurant areas.

This high-end building utilized a variety of Shoemaker’s premium products – The architects specified all linear and bar-style face plates to maintain a contemporary and modern design (no stamped/louvered).