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Merchants and Markets Tour
Sep 24-2019

Merchants and Markets Tour

Portland’s late-19th century commercial district of Merchants and Markets offers a plethora of interesting architecture as well as a fascinating history. This tour is packed with stories of Portlanders who made their mark as merchants and developers, and their buildings. You’ll learn about the Willamette’s first bridge, the first public market, and our first Chinatown, […]

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Nurturing a Green School
Sep 24-2019

Nurturing a Green School

Join the Portland Green Schools Committee for the second panel of our 2019 discussion series: GROWING A GREEN SCHOOL. Nurturing a Green School: Operating, Maintaining and Ensuring Green School Goals are Achieved Successfully achieving the green schools outcome can often be intimidating for the design team, the occupants and especially the operators. To ultimately achieve […]

Vacasa
Sip & Dine at Shine
Sep 24-2019

Sip & Dine at Shine

From grain to glass, Shine Distillery & Grill is a new working distillery and restaurant in North Portland that delivers elevated pub food with craft cocktails. The space has been thoughtfully designed with a custom distillery showcased within the restaurant. Come for a first look at this new space, hear from the designers involved, and sample […]

Shine Distillery & Grill
Fall 2019 CDT Certification Class
Sep 24-2019

Fall 2019 CDT Certification Class

Are you interested in furthering your professional education and providing better services to your clients? Then you need your CDT Certification (Construction Documents Technologist). We are once again offering a CDT Class Series for the Fall 2019 exam window. We offer classes with experienced instructors to help you understand the material needed to pass the […]

Mutual Materials
Useful Waste: Repurposing Construction Mock-ups
Sep 25-2019

Useful Waste: Repurposing Construction Mock-ups

Speaker Julia Mollner, Center for Public Interest Design Converting construction mock-ups to meet social needs and avoid the landfill About Useful Waste Every year, exterior envelope construction mock-ups costing $5,000 to $20,000 end up in the landfill. Is there a better, more sustainable way? Our speaker, Julia Mollner of the Center for Public Interest Design […]

The Center for Architecture
Beyond ADA – Universal Design for Business
Sep 26-2019

Beyond ADA – Universal Design for Business

Join us at Ecotrust’s Billy Frank Jr. Room for September’s B Learning Event as we explore how to go Beyond ADA when it comes to designing space. What are the latest innovations in designing for individuals with varied abilities? What do you learn with you design spaces for everyone? How do you balance this design […]

Ecotrust Building
GROW with SMPS Oregon!
Sep 26-2019

GROW with SMPS Oregon!

GROW with SMPS Oregon! Join the SMPS Oregon Board of Directors and current committee members at The Eleanor (a Chown Hardware event space) for an evening of networking over drinks, apps and opportunities! Learn how an SMPS membership and committee engagement can GROW your A/E/C career, expand your network, and gain great exposure for your […]

The Eleanor: A Chown Event Space
Dundon Berchtold Hall – RAMSA Lecture & Tour
Sep 27-2019

Dundon Berchtold Hall – RAMSA Lecture & Tour

Please join the ICAA Northwest Chapter in holding a Lecture & Tour in celebration of the newly built Dundon-Berchtold Hall at the University of Portland. The project was designed by Gary Brewer, Principal of the renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects, in New York City, in collaboration with Soderstrom Architects in Portland, Oregon. The ICAA Northwest […]

University of Portland
Outside-In | Takashi Yanai
Sep 27-2019

Outside-In | Takashi Yanai

A house is essentially a shelter and a refuge. It can also be a metaphor for the lives of the owners and a vessel for their mementos. And, in keeping with the Vitruvian dictum that the best buildings “take note of the countries and climates in which they are built,” a house should be a […]

Holocene
Landscapes and History: A Walk Through River View Cemetery
Sep 28-2019

Landscapes and History: A Walk Through River View Cemetery

Nestled in the hillside just above the west end of the Sellwood Bridge lies one of Portland’s hidden treasures, River View Cemetery. Portland’s contribution to the 19th century rural cemetery movement was so successful it helped bring about the development of public parks in Portland and elsewhere across the nation. Join us as we tour […]

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