Author: John Maternoski

2016 AIA Portland Homes Tour!

The American Institute of Architects Portland is excited to announce the 2016 Homes Tour! This year we are proud to host this tour in conjunction with […]

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Snøhetta: People, Process, Projects

Snøhetta: People, Process, Projects April 17 – June 30, 2016 The Center for Architecture 403 NW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97209   This spring, the Center […]

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BEEP Pecha Kucha Call for Entries: How Do You Build Diversity?

Join BEEP (Built Environment Emerging Professionals) for their second Pecha Kucha! Reserve your spot in the audience NOW at the Earlybird rate. Last year’s event sold […]

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AIA Portland 2016 Homes Tour – Call for Volunteers!

AIA Portland’s annual Homes Tour is right around the corner, and they need your help to make it happen!  From AIA Portland’s website: This self-guided tour […]

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Oregon Design Conference – Call for Presentations

AIA Oregon is inviting you to present your work at the Oregon Design Conference, happening May 5-7 at the Salishan Spa & Golf Resort in Gleneden […]

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perFORM 2016 COMPETITION

  DESIGN A NET ZERO BUILDING IN DIVERSE SEATTLE COMMUNITY Registration deadline Friday, June 17, 2016 at 5:00 pm (Pacific Time). “…Both “green building” and great design have […]

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“Street Seats 2016” Design Competition Launched!

The Center for Architecture has just announced the launch of “Portland Street Seats 2016,” a design competition under the Center’s Design|Build Program.  With a theme of […]

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Portland Winter Light Festival Now Open!

After months of waiting, it’s finally here!  The inaugural Portland Winter Light Festival!  Truth be told, I still don’t know exactly what it is, but does […]

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TSUNAGU Kicks Off at The Center for Architecture!

A fresh, February First Thursday is kicking off a month-long exhibit at Portland’s Center for Architecture.  TSUNAGU: Connecting to the Architecture of Kengo Kuma showcases world-renowned […]

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Portland Green Loop Competition Launched

Make an impact on the future of the city by bringing to life Portland’s proposed Green Loop, a six-mile pedestrian/bike urban promenade linking the city’s east […]

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