Hacker, a Portland-based architecture studio, transformed the outdated fortress-like 1960s Neuberger Hall (currently named Fariborz Maseeh Hall) into a modern academic hub at Portland State University.
When the City of Portland, Oregon, built a new one-way street couplet reconnecting the roadway to a nearby street, a leftover 1858 m2 (20,000 sf) berm space was created. Utilizing that space, Skylab Architecture designed B76, a wedge-shaped building featuring a cross-laminated timber (CLT) structural system.
The International Living Future Institute will host its annual Living Future UnConference in Portland, Oregon, May 1 to 4. Now in its 12th year, the theme of this year’s event is Authenticity in Action.
Kaven + Co. and William / Kaven Architecture have unveiled new renderings and a conceptual plan for the proposed redevelopment of Portland, Oregon’s Broadway Corridor. The concept, which would provide approximately 464,515 m2 (5 million sf) of new development, consists of multiple high-rise, mixed-use buildings with interesting and daring designs.