From fashion shows to warehouse sales to basket weaving, there are lots of ways to finish April strong.
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Bora Architects designed Airbnb's CX Hub to feel like home.
Here's how to make the most of 800 square feet.
The Pacific Northwest’s largest distillery has a massive new home in the Central Eastside.
The Bright Lights discussion series presents a conversation with Gil Kelley, San Francisco's director of long-range planning.
A World Forestry Center exhibit showcases a design technique no computer rendering can kill.
A Design Week competition will rally competing visions for a carless path through the city center.
Portland’s Dub Box remakes vintage VWs for the 21st century.
Designer James Monsees tells us how the PAX changed the game.
Portland Monthly Staff
In July 2012, Jamin Aasum set out to build a modern abode overlooking Industrial Northwest Portland in time to marry his future wife inside—on New Year's Eve. Here's how he did it.
Tilikum Crossing serves as a fitting stage for local designers' structured and trussed dresses, suits, and separates.
With a communal patio and ultra-efficient passive house design, a group of former city planners and lawyers dreamed up their own perfect pocket neighborhood.
With a smart new stairwell and small details like concrete knobs and quirky furniture, a Southwest Portland home is transformed.
The citywide design celebration throws an autumn pre-func before the main event in April.
ARCHITECTURE & GNOME DESIGN
A '70s-meets-Portlandia makeover anoints an elfin mascot to capture its quirky design aspirations.
Living large with an unfettered, small-house design in Southeast Portland
The Northeast Portland house by architect Ben Waechter balances openness and privacy.
From picking the right contractor to handling VOCs to the best local suppliers, the builder behind the city's first LEED-certified home renovation tells all.
"It's just like building any other cabin, only it's 30 feet off the ground."