The city's changing skyline is shaped in part by a city process called Design Review.
Designer Halfdan Pedersen travelled the world to fill the new Portland expansion of Reyjavik-based KEX.
We have a running joke at the magazine: If it’s pretty to look at, it most likely counts as design.
Returning for the third year the programming includes a forum for African-American footwear designers, the Blazers playing 3 on 3 in Chinatown, and so many sneaker lovers.
The Kenton Women’s Village relocated in April with brand-new units designed by local architects.
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.
Arts & Crafts
The Oregon College of Art and Craft will stop handing out degrees in May, but its amazing craft works live on.
Bonus: Funds raised from the new plates will support Oregon State’s Marine Mammal Institute.
WeMake's fourth annual event features Y La Bamba's Luz Elena Mendoza, Broccoli's Anja Charbonneau, and illustrator Loveis Wise.
And now prefers to write about design in all its many forms.
Can Viral Bikes design away many of cycling's maintenance woes?
Recently transplanted from Cape Town, Jordan Metcalf rewrites the alphabet.
The annual show, celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2019, features more than 180 bikes from around the world.
Viral Bikes founder Steve Domahidy breaks down his innovative design.
This Friday, party down and behold the brand's newest timepiece.
The 70-unit Canyons building is all about aging in place—and staying out of the nursing home.
The quintet of winning designs—one for each of the city's quadrants—are now rolling through Portland streets.
You have until May 3 to vote on your favorite for each Portland quadrant.
City of Design
The city’s annual celebration of deep thoughts and sharp looks is back. Here’s your ultimate preview.