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Thresholds and the Liminal: A Tale of Three Portland Landmarks
January 25, 2020
Architectural Heritage Center

Thresholds and the Liminal: A Tale of Three Portland Landmarks

Architectural Heritage Center
When we say “threshold” we usually think of that physical crossing one steps over while moving from one place to another. A threshold, however, might also be a point of departure as we move from one architectural era to another, and in doing so, find new and even different interpretations. Liminal, refers to that place […]
Cultivating a Client Appreciation Culture
January 28, 2020
David Evans & Associates

Cultivating a Client Appreciation Culture

David Evans & Associates
Cultivating a Client Appreciation Culture Transform your business development process from one that focuses on what we have done and what we think you need to one that is built on active listening. This authentic investment of time and attention shows clients that it’s not all about the consultant and will lead to stronger, more […]
SMPS Oregon New Member Welcome Event
January 30, 2020
Daily Cafe

SMPS Oregon New Member Welcome Event

Daily Cafe
New to SMPS Oregon? Curious to know more about your membership and fellow members? Meet the Membership Committee and some members of our Board of Directors, and ask your questions over coffee! This is a completely casual but great opportunity to match faces to names and learn more about SMPS in a small-group setting. Registration […]
IIDA Oregon – 2020 NCIDQ Round Table
January 30, 2020
IA Interior Architects

IIDA Oregon – 2020 NCIDQ Round Table

IA Interior Architects
2020 NCIDQ Round Table Considering taking the NCIDQ exam? Come learn from our Oregon NCIDQ Ambassadors! This NCIDQ roundtable presentation will provide an overview of the NCIDQ Exam, including eligibility, application, and in-depth review of the testing process. The event will conclude with an open panel discussion with Members who have recently passed the exam. […]
Design Museum Mornings: Remaking the Grade
January 31, 2020
BRIC Architecture

Design Museum Mornings: Remaking the Grade

BRIC Architecture
The understanding between teachers and students has traditionally been a one-way street: teachers assign work and students complete it according to a standardized rubric of conditions. But what happens when the conversation changes and students are encouraged to participate in the conversation regarding what constitutes satisfactory performance? This is the premise behind grading contracts, a […]
Churches of the South Park Blocks Tour
January 31, 2020
First Christian Church

Churches of the South Park Blocks Tour

First Christian Church
The South Park Blocks area is often referred to as the city’s “Cultural District”, because of several cultural icons located along the tree-lined avenues. The South Park Blocks neighborhood is also the home to several of the most notable late 19th and early 20th century churches in Portland. On this tour we’ll visit four of […]
2020 CDT Study Classes
February 5, 2020
Walsh Construction

2020 CDT Study Classes

Walsh Construction
Are you interested in furthering your professional education and providing better services to your clients? Then get CDT (Construction Documents Technologist) certified with the support of the Portland’s CSI Chapter. We offer classes with experienced instructors to help you understand the material needed to pass the exam. CSI professional credentials are evidence of proven knowledge, […]
Boutique Hotels Tour
February 7, 2020
KEX Portland

Boutique Hotels Tour

KEX Portland
New boutique hotels in re-purposed historic buildings continue to be popular in the heart of “Old Portland”. We’ll visit several new additions to the mid-range, hipster-friendly lodging scene. We’ll start at the newly minted Kex Portland located just east of the Burnside Bridge in NE Portland. We’ll then walk across the bridge to Old Town/Chinatown […]
Railroad Architecture and the Northwest: Economics, Ethos, and Culture
February 8, 2020
Architectural Heritage Center

Railroad Architecture and the Northwest: Economics, Ethos, and Culture

Architectural Heritage Center
Railways were one of the driving forces in the settlement and urbanization of the United States. Through their station buildings, they left a profound architectural legacy on the country. Yet these buildings are more than set pieces of artistic achievement. From humble wooden depots that pioneered the concept of franchise architecture to grand urban depots […]
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