Getting close to finalizing a 16,580 SF improvement, change of occupancy from F2, S2, B to F1. And steel stair fab!!
Along with working as a design team member on the development of the Orenco Woods Nature Park, we are also working to develop two sculptures, one to be installed in the summer/ fall of this year and the other at a future date. The sculpture pays tribute to the sites […]
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” […]
Steel and plastic Blossoms are coming together in our fab shop and over at the out-of-house paint shop.
Fabrication of the Lyric Tree. The second of three sculptures for Riverscape Apartments in NW Portland.
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 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 […]
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.
One of our largest public art projects to date, the Oregon State Hospital sculpture series, “Sheltering Landscapes”, is installed.
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.