As you stroll or drive down Moody Avenue, are you wondering what the heck it is going to look like? I sure am! I’m excited to see the end result, especially for more greenery and plant life amidst all of the concrete and gravel. The . . . → Read More: Moody Avenue: What is it Going to Look Like?
As noted in this article, the Zidell family is contemplating future plans to develop 30 acres of land that stretch between the OHSU Tram to the Ross Island Bridge. The Zidell family is mostly known for their barge-making facility that . . . → Read More: Zidell Yards : A New Portland Neighborhood
This is no optical illusion or slight of hand, this Polish landmark is 100% real. Fondly named “Crooked House”, it’s design was inspired by the whimsical work of Polish fairy tale illustrator Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. Designed by Polish architect Krzywy . . . → Read More: Krzywy Domek’s “Crooked House”
If you’ve ever noticed a Portland home that peaked your curiosity with modern architecture and design then tomorrow is your lucky day!
Saturday July 21st from 11AM – 5PM you can self-tour some of Portland’s most modern homes. This is . . . → Read More: Portland Modern Home Tour
The Architectural Heritage Center (AHC) is one of our favorite local hang-outs for all things relating to old homes. It is a non-profit resource center in downtown SE Portland that focuses on historic preservation in the Portland . . . → Read More: Portland Kit Houses
Portland Alternative Dwellings (PAD) is a tiny house design company based here in Portland, Oregon dedicated to designing small eco-friendly dwellings. PAD touts that they can “work with you to create a PAD that fits your needs . . . → Read More: Tiny Eco-Friendly Dwellings in Portland
Thinking of renovating your kitchen? Choosing the right counter top material that fits your specific needs and kitchen style can be daunting. Apartment Therapy has put together a series all about counter tops listing the pro’s and con’s of each material.
Pros: Industrial Strength, . . . → Read More: All About Countertops
Buying an old house often brings buying old windows but the real decision-making comes when figuring out whether to work with what you’ve got or demo and replace. It’s a tough decision, particularly for folks interested in restoration vs. renovation. Keeping that original charm and . . . → Read More: Original Windows: Love ‘em or Leave ‘em?
This week we want to share the amazing work of mexican architect Javier Senosiain.
Javier’s deep love for nature mixed with a playful creative mind and a nod to Barcelona’s best loved architect Antoni Gaudi, has inspired his breathtaking . . . → Read More: Architecture Spotlight : Javier Senosiain
If you love historic houses as much as we do, be sure not to miss the 30th Annual Historic Irvington Home Tour Sunday, May 20th, 2012!
Portland is one of the only cities on the West Coast with neighborhoods that showcase . . . → Read More: 30th Annual Irvington Home Tour