Norfolk Sculpture Series seen driving by on I-264 out of downtown Norfolk,VA toward Virginia Beach. The video begins with Harbor Park, Tides Station and train when the Ship Shell appears , after which the Signal Carrier and Stealth Reef can be seen in front of the Amtrak Station just before […]
Ship Shell, Signal Carrier and Stealth Reef are all nearing completion in our fabrication shop. Excited to see them installed on-site! Go here too see the designs for all three pieces.
We have just completed the design for a new suspended sculpture for Lower Columbia College’s recently completed Health and Life Sciences building in Longview, WA. The sculpture titled Blossom of Life, celebrates Longview’s growth from the surrounding forest and trees. Merging this tree origin with a new Health and Science building, […]
We are excited to be working with a great design team on the Orenco Woods Park in Hillsboro, Oregon. Design team members include: Walker Macy Landscape Architects, Opsis Architecture, Lois Brink nature play specialist, Hillsboro Parks Dept. , Metro and others. The site contains part of the original 1,200 acre […]
Window removed and new beams delivered! Construction starts on a new residential remodel in Alberta Neighborhood. Structural upgrades to floors, walls, new interior stair, large skylight, bathroom and lots of storage potential.
We’ve just begun work on a new project for an adventurous couple – renovating a tug boat into a live-aboard home! The name of the tug, built in 1942, is the READY. We’ll be updating with images as we get further into the project.
Please join us for the annual open house June 28th from 4 to 10 pm. It was a great success last year with over 800 visitors. This years will be just as happenin’ with food, spirits, live music and lots and lots of feasts for the eyes!
We’re designing a new Cha Cha Cha Restaurant & Tap Room in Portland’s South Waterfront scheduled to open early this summer.
We had a successful installation with the fantastic help of ODOT at the new Willamette River Bridge in Eugene, OR. Putting up the columns. Placing the basket. Placing the flowers. Completed Camas Basket. Thanks to everybody for making it so smooth!!
We are excited to begin working on a proposal for a new addition to the public art at LCC. (Lower Columbia College). Check back for future post with design drawings/ models.
We’ve received final design approval for three new sculptures in NW Portland! We are very excited to get further into the structural design, detailing and fabrication. Here’s a couple pictures showing some material samples we produced during schematic design. Except for the ironwork which is part of the design work […]
We have received final design approval for a series of three sculptures for the new Harbor Park Amtrak Station located along the Elizabeth River trail in Norfolk, Virginia.
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.
Selected to develop sculptures in the public courtyards of a new development in Northwest Portland, we are excited to be working close to our studio.
We’ve completed fabrication on the Camas Basket sculpture, which will soon be installed along I-5 in Eugene, OR.
We’ve just completed a new 700 SFADU in NE Portland. It is small but spacious! Click here to see more.
We are excited to announce we’ve been selected to do a sculpture series for the city of Norfolk, VA.
rhiza A+D has been selected as part of the design team to develop public art along a new public transit route in Fresno, CA
One of our largest public art projects to date, the Oregon State Hospital sculpture series, “Sheltering Landscapes”, is installed.
Having previously worked designed their roof deck, this client asked us to design a renovation for this Pearl District Loft. Work included kitchen design, interior finishes and window treatment, and custom furniture. See more here http://rhizaaplusd.com/downtown-loft-and-roof-deck