If you've remodeled your bathroom or living room, chances are you've taken a spin through Chown.
Complete with a bar top straight from... Kevin Bacon’s dad?
When a 2017 storm nearly destroyed the iconic Van Evera Bailey home, the family restored it to its 1955 splendor—with a 2019 twist.
Hostile design can prevent someone from pitching a tent. But some say the urban design trend just creates more problems.
The Kenton Women’s Village relocated in April with brand-new units designed by local architects.
For a fraction of the cost of a typical ADU, the Permanent Culture Project shows you how to sculpt an unforgettable backyard haven from natural materials.
The 4-foot-tall plant is an endangered plant from Indonesia—and it's open to the public.
With an on-site concierge, fitness classes, and a drop-in day care center, Vida is especially focused on supporting working mothers.
A new architecture podcast examines Portland's forgotten history, one building at a time.
Summer Beer: Design
Portland Monthly's deputy art director says yes, you can.
Out with the bondage vibes—unless that's your thing, which is totally cool.
Indie developer Panic's new Playdate console looks like a yellow box of joy—and it's already a source of controversy.
“If you build houses for a living, who gets to see that house? The people living there and their friends and family,” says Ken Shallcross, vice president of event organizers Modern Architecture + Design Society.
Stately tulips, monster peonies, and Anvil of Darkness irises await thee.
Hillsboro’s Reed’s Crossing will be a 4,000-home insta-neighborhood.
The Portland jewelry maker slams the anvil with Solange's latest playing the background.
Insider's Guide 2019
We tapped art aficionados, food fanatics, entrepreneurs, and outdoor enthusiasts for their picks of things every Portlander must do.
Your essential home and garden project guide from local experts.
Real Estate 2019
The essential stats on 125 neighborhoods and suburbs—plus an interview with full-time mascot, part-time realtor Timber Joey