The Stolen Pony Lounge is a party on wheels.
Eleanor Van Buren
Among woodworkers, Gary Rogowski is a legend.
Lily Raff McCaulou
Elder Hall’s Michelle Battista and Ataula's Cristina Baéz team up for a private event hall, community class hub, and 'creative wonderland,' where a lady supergroup makes food and art dreams come true.
Beck and Iggy Pop partied in this thing over the summer.
Eleanor Van Buren
Design Museum is on a mission to create better places for play across the country.
Best Offices 2017: Sizing Down
Design networking firm Coroflot built its 280-foot headquarters in a trailer.
Starting May 5, Sacramento-based outdoor "lifestyle brand" All Good pitches its tent in downtown Portland's West End.
The 99% Invisible host talks hostile architecture, self-driving cars, and the beauty of Portland's flag.
As Design Week 2017 kicks off, we present our picks for the must-do events.
Los Angeles artist James Jean talks about his plans for the Fair-Haired Dumbbell, rising at the Burnside Bridge's east end.
Cotton, linen, wool: as long as it's fiber, it's fair game.
The design company's new Pearl District location boasts 28,000 square feet dedicated to midcentury modern and contemporary furniture and home décor.
MAKER MIXER 2016
Photos from our Design Annual Launch Party & Yard Grand Opening
Portland Monthly Staff
A celebration of the best local chairs, tables, and lamps—everything but the kitchen sink, and maybe that, too.
A Portland couple converts an antique motor home into the retro-inspired camper of their dreams.
They are everywhere. Here’s our handy guide to finding them in the wild.
Night Dive Studios has raised more than $1 million to remake the cult classic System Shock from the ground up.
BEST OF THE CITY
We gathered together two decades of Portland's designers and asked them about the past, present, and future of fashion.
This Thursday, the founder of one of Portland's most respected home-staging companies reveals his method.
Relive Design Week Portland with our highlight reel of favorite events.
Eden Dawn, Marty Patail, and Zach Dundas