Portland Design Reads to Keep You Warm! Blog  Portland Design Pup

Portland Design Reads to Keep You Warm!

Portland, it’s been a rough winter.  The cold temperatures, ice, and snow have led to the cancellation of countless fantastic design events in our city, a fact that we are well-aware of as we’ve scrambled to keep our calendar up to date (which is no small task!)  SO, if you’re anything like us, you’ve spent your fair share of […]

Portland Design Events 2016 Blog  Year in Review

2016’s Top Portland Design Events

Activism, hand craft, and community-building were the dominant themes in Portland Design Events’ most viewed pages and articles of 2016. It was a year that saw 591 events and 33 in-depth articles published on the website, promoting the best architecture and design-related events in Portland from dozens of exceptional organizations. The year saw an abundance of architectural […]

5 Reasons Architecture Students Need to Attend Professional Events Blog  Students

5 Reasons Architecture Students Need to Attend Professional Events

If you’re a student diving into a fresh new school year, you will soon find that some things just seem to go hand-in-hand with architecture school. Like all-nighters, coffee, attempts to fit the word ‘undulation’ into reviews – and a general lack of interest in participating in the professional architecture world that exists outside of studio. That lack of […]

Snøhetta: People, Process, Projects Blog  Center for Architecture

Snøhetta: People, Process, Projects

Snøhetta: People, Process, Projects April 17 – June 30, 2016 The Center for Architecture 403 NW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97209   This spring, the Center for Architecture in Portland, Oregon will open the first full-scale exhibition of Snøhetta’s work in the US. Designed, built, and curated by the designers themselves, Snøhetta: People, Process, Projects invites visitors […]

TSUNAGU Kicks Off at The Center for Architecture! Blog  Center for Architecture

TSUNAGU Kicks Off at The Center for Architecture

A fresh, February First Thursday is kicking off a month-long exhibit at Portland’s Center for Architecture.  TSUNAGU: Connecting to the Architecture of Kengo Kuma showcases world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma’s design for the Portland Japanese Garden’s Cultural Crossing project.  The exhibit transforms the space at the CFA with back-lit paper walls, swooping screens, and other surprises that are […]