Portland has many small firms that contribute crucial services to many successful sustainably focused projects. The Small but Mighty Happy Hour is a social gathering of a few of the Portland area’s small firms that are doing great work in the realm of sustainability. The purpose of this collaborative event is to encourage connections and develop relationships across disciplines within the Portland design community. We invite you to engage with these mighty heroes; see their work and share a drink.
Hearty appetizers and drinks provided at the Happy Hour by our sponsor: option-e
Master of Ceremonies:
Eric Corey Freed
Michelle Bexelius, Design Well Studios
Caitilin Pope Daum, Studio Wild Landscape Architecture
Naomi Cole, Urban Sustainability Consultant
Arthur Smid, Author “You Will Win the Future”
Keith Jones, Co-Director PDX Green Loop
Michelle Jeresek, Ivon Street Studio
About Sustainable Building Week
October 14, 2019 kicks off the second annual Sustainable Building Week (SBW) an event-filled week from a cross section of Portland’s design professional organizations. The week will bring the best and brightest building professional organizations together to educate, connect and foster opportunities for future collaboration to Keep Portland Green. Whether its combating climate change, protecting our natural resources or investigating the increasing number of dangerous chemicals in our indoor spaces, the multitude of issues that need to be addressed require more attention by all of us.
Sustainable Building Week works to Keep Portland Green. SBW offers a week of events to break down siloed thinking to improve cross-disciplinary education, connectivity and future collaboration to promote sustainable practices and design across the city of Portland and beyond.
Cover image courtesy Sustainable Building Week Portland.