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A creative hive ready to buzz with life

A creative hive ready to buzz with life

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The Central Eastside's restored Factor Building is a hive of creative energy waiting to happen.
Ursula Le Guin and resilience

Ursula Le Guin and resilience

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Net-zero architecture remind us that we can change the future - despite the dark visions of science…
The incredible life of Joachim Grube

The incredible life of Joachim Grube

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The renowned architect's book serves as a reminder to all of us about living our lives to the fullest.
Columns, views and functionality

Columns, views and functionality

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The Multnomah County Central Courthouse is a vastly improved user experience, with moments of beauty…
A changed Oregon Convention Center

A changed Oregon Convention Center

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Long a familiar presence on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, the convention center's pandemic duty gave…
Earning our trust

Earning our trust

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE North Portland's Meyer Memorial Trust headquarters is beautiful, functional and empowering
Community is universal

Community is universal

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The Canyons on North Williams gives residents and neighbors places to congregate.
Portland's family of bridges

Portland's family of bridges

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE As these husband and wife authors remind us, Portland is all about its crossings.
Designing the future

Designing the future

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Portland's architectural fabric grew and changed, even as we were shaken to our foundation.
An Eastside tower from the inside out

An Eastside tower from the inside out

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE 5 MLK is big and prominent, yet it yields to its surroundings and fits in with the other recent…
Will the Burnside Bridge redesign soar - or be an eyesore?

Will the Burnside Bridge redesign soar - or be an eyesore?

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE A new Burnside Bridge is coming, and it's time to put the design in the driver's seat, writes Columnist…
Should Portland memorialize the events of 2020 with a…

Should Portland memorialize the events of 2020 with a…

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE How can design commemorate the tragedies and struggles of this extraordinary year?
An office where people will want to be

An office where people will want to be

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The city's first Living Building Challenge-certified project is about not just sustainable materials but…
Design By listening

Design By listening

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Bora Architects broadens its perspective, resulting in a better building for Portland Community College.
Three landmarks, and a city continually remade

Three landmarks, and a city continually remade

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Twenty years ago, the Fox Tower, Lan Su Chinese Garden, and the Wieden + Kennedy Agency World…
Taking it to the streets

Taking it to the streets

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Broadening how we use our roadways is a silver lining to the dark cloud of the coronavirus.
Learning from Portland's Harbor Drive

Learning from Portland's Harbor Drive

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Fifty years ago, a proposed highway expansion inspired a new generation of livable-city activism. What…
Now the Portland Building really is a landmark

Now the Portland Building really is a landmark

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Fully restored, the world-famous Portland Building is at its best for the first time
PSU sees the light

PSU sees the light

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Maseeh Hall makes ample use of natural light to transform dour Neuberger Hall.
Last of the mid-century-modern greats

Last of the mid-century-modern greats

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE From Timberline Lodge to the Zidell House, architect Saul Zaik's designs stand the test of time.
PORTLAND'S BEST ARCHITECTURE OF THE 2010s

PORTLAND'S BEST ARCHITECTURE OF THE 2010s

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE This decade brought many striking new commercial and residential towers, yet the best architecture was…
A shelter that soars

A shelter that soars

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Luuwit View Park and especially its picnic shelter give Parkrose a sense of place.
Entering a new era - again

Entering a new era - again

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Redfox Commons and Fairmount Apartments renovations make a historic Northwest Portland intersection come…
Architects re-envision Portland's Eastside riverfront

Architects re-envision Portland's Eastside riverfront

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE It won't happen for at least a generation, but the Albina Rail Yard and I-5 are destined to move.
The Courtyards of Sandy Boulevard

The Courtyards of Sandy Boulevard

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Recent projects by Brett Schulz Architect and client Guerrilla Development have brought architectural,…
Rethinking Centennial Mills

Rethinking Centennial Mills

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Three failed attempts to shoehorn development onto this historic site are enough; make it an…
A screened gem

A screened gem

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Lenox Addition Apartments break free from the typical mid-rise housing mold
Density in small packages

Density in small packages

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Accessory Dwelling Units not only complete our housing and planning puzzles, but look good doing it.
Let's make Albina Vision a reality

Let's make Albina Vision a reality

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The proposed master plan addresses a historic inequity the best way possible: with great place-making.
Old bricks, new hot spots

Old bricks, new hot spots

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The Hoxton Hotel and Woodlark Hotel find authenticity and ambiance in historic architecture.

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