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The namesake building is the largest yet to grace the sprawling campus in Beaverton.
The Portland home of a significant midcentury architect, one of the founders of Northwest Modernism, hits the market for the very first time.
Clean lines, flat roof, celerstory windows, movable walls, in-house sauna, a carport, and more Frank Lloyd Wright vibes in this 1970 home in Salem, Oregon.
Come for the mid-century character of this Portland home, stay for the outdoor spaces, amazing home office, and well, everything really.
Dutch doors, wood tones and cork floors are all hallmarks of the noted architect's style in this suburb just south of Portland.
The 6,253 sq. ft. house was designed and built in 1912 by Ellis F. Lawrence, who created the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon.
With pro bono help from a local designer, Family Village has soft curves, open sight lines, and a sense of place.
This Division Street design gem boasts custom wood and glass doors, a loft to die for, custom lighting, and other top design details.
Portland design firm Penny Black brought in clean surfaces, big windows, and bright splashes of lime green.
From high-tech ventilation systems to “flex spaces” for students to work while social distancing to sweeping outdoor classrooms, here are a few spookily pres...
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Portland Monthly Staff
Follow along on this local tour of historic buildings in Portland that have been restored with the utmost care and craftsmanship.
“Applebee’s is screwed. Olive Garden is screwed, but we’re not screwed.... The small, nimble, creative, local entrepreneurs are going to be fine.”
The Big Deals
Big-deal developments to watch for downtown, in Goose Hollow, and on a surging Sandy Boulevard
The inner eastside construction is bright blue and has 56 strawberry trees hanging from all four sides.
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.
A new architecture podcast examines Portland's forgotten history, one building at a time.
From radical CLT architecture to visionary Mexican artists, Portland's design world is wider than ever.
Legendary landscape architect Douglas Macy will talk about a key thread of the city's urban DNA on Tuesday, Oct 11.
DESIGN WEEK 2016
In Futurelandia, 20 local artists imagine Portland a century from now.