Bay Point Landing mixes high design with the usual gravel sites and hookups—plus Airstream trailers for rent if you lack your own rolling palace.
And you probably don’t even know her name. (It’s Lynn Peterson, and she’s taking over Metro.)
Hidden Portland: Secret Spots
Here are some of the city's most out-of-the-way spots to eat, drink, or just be mysterious.
Kelly Clarke, Ramona DeNies, Margaret Seiler, and Benjamin Tepler
The Portland Diamond Project reached a significant land deal with the city for the Terminal 2 site on NW Front Ave. And the renderings include a mystery gondola.
For every season, there’s a dream destination.
Benjamin Tepler, Margaret Seiler, Amy Martin, and Kelly Clarke
Days Gone is a Bend-made game set in the shadow of Mount Bachelor and the Three Sisters.
The 119-room luxury tower is chock-full of millennial makers, rooftop macramé, talks with She Bop, and tattoo workshops. Chinatown may never be the same.
Nanny affairs! Secret passages! This midcentury marvel boasts juicy stories galore.
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Think we've hit peak hotel? Nope. We're not even close.
WeMake's fourth annual event features Y La Bamba's Luz Elena Mendoza, Broccoli's Anja Charbonneau, and illustrator Loveis Wise.
Allison Smith Design furnished the home with items from her hometown of San Miguel de Allende.
And now prefers to write about design in all its many forms.
With four decades in the business, Dale Matthews of Memory Lane Motors keeps on cruising.
Can Viral Bikes design away many of cycling's maintenance woes?
Home, Petite Home
Wait, you don't have one already? Get with the times.
The Tree Farm will look "like a big-ass Chia Pet," says developer Kevin Cavenaugh.
This clean-burning, Oregon-designed stove could be a boon to families in poor areas across the world.
The new MA in Design Systems barely cuts into a 9-to-5 grind.
With Strickland taking control, Works Progress becomes the largest female-owned architecture company on the West Coast.
Recently transplanted from Cape Town, Jordan Metcalf rewrites the alphabet.