We are excited to be nearing completion of the design and detailing for Killin Wetland. We are providing the architectural services of the design team with ESA Vigil-Agrimis providing Landscape design and engineering services to create new public access and viewing of a large wetland just outside of the Banks, […]
We are excited for the new offering from Shaking the Tree where we collaborated on the set design. The show runs from October 9th to November 5th, 2016. From the theater’s website: Following in the tradition of Shaking the Tree’s previous fall offerings — Masque of the Red Death, Wilde […]
We were recently invited to submit a proposal for Portland’s Green Loop Plan. We were excited to use this proposal as an opportunity to push ourselves to think outside the box of conventional city planning as big to small, top down or a “birds eye view” approach. Our initial impulse […]
Adding the final touch to our Winter Entrance project is a new set of painted steel and wrought iron handrails. The design is based on a merger of the lodge’s original wrought iron railings with the curves and posture of the Winter Entrance. The rails feature a series textured “moguls” […]
The new handrails will be located at the front entrance of Timberline Lodge. We are working with Friends of Timberline, RLK Co. and the Forest Service on a design that will compliment both the Historic Lodge and our recent Winter Entrance.
After completing the design, fabrication and installation of a public art series on Alberta Street, local businesses hosted a dedication ceremony.
Ten Tiny Dances – SINK: A collaborative dance performance with artist and dancer Anne Furfey. For the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) Time Based Art (TBA) Festival.
Presentation and launch of design for Performance Works Northwest’s new mixed use theater, flexible studio and artist-in- residence facility
Please join us for the annual Portland Art Museums fund raising ball. We have been asked to contribute to the evening with a set design / performance and invited dancer performance artist Linda Austin to collaborate with us on a piece entitled “Nunavut” – explores creating a personal and expressible architecture that can transform from – blanket, to suit, to hide, to roof and to a blossom.
Portland, Ore. – (September 3rd, 2009) When October’s first snow falls on Mt. Hood, Timberline Lodge will sport an eye-catching new visitors’ entrance designed by Portland’s rhiza A+D. The graceful reticulated structure, like a snowdrift blown against the National Historic Landmark’s massive masonry façade, will be assembled at the onset of each year’s snow season and disassembled the following spring.