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Oregon Episcopal School (OES) is an independent, co-ed college preparatory school of 800 students from Pre-K through 12th grade, located in southwest Portland, Oregon. The school’s identity is rooted in their Oregon home, with its natural beauty and diverse people and history. T
Project name
Oregon Episcopal School Athletic Center
Architecture firm
Hacker Architects
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Lara Swimmer
Nestled in a lush Pacific Northwest wooded landscape this 1954 home renovation included maintaining the primary structure of the house with a full re-envisioning of the spaces of daily life.
Project name
Seehafer Residence
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Caleb Vandermeer
An iconic marker within the City of Portland, the new Dairy Apartments develops a site previously housing the Sunshine Dairy Foods supplier into an urban mixed-use and residential building with consideration for automotive, pedestrian, bicycle, and future mass-transit traffic.
Project name
Dairy Apartments
Architecture firm
Hacker Architects
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Located across the Willamette River from downtown Portland, the YARD is a 21-story, 343,100-square-foot mixed-use apartment building that rises above the famous Burnside Bridge. The roof of the podium elevates a native planted landscape to the level of the bridge to create a shared community landscape environment, while its folded roof shape abstra...
Project name
YARD
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Maria Lamb, Stephen Miller, Brian Walker Lee
The Taft is a 3,930-square-foot, two-story, open plan house designed and built using HOMB, a prefabricated modular system developed by Skylab in collaboration with MethodHomes. The system provides an alternative to the typical time-consuming process of conventional site construction while also minimizing waste through precision prefabrication.
Project name
Taft
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Michael Cogliantry, Jeff Van Bergen (construction photos by Skylab)
From highly crafted residences to impactful cultural projects, this uniquely designed book— conceived as a double vinyl album—offers a detailed look at Skylab's innovative work. Skylab: The Nature of Buildings is the first monograph of the Portland, Oregon-based architecture and design studio.
Title
Skylab The Nature of Buildings
Author
Jeff Kovel, Introduction by Mimi Zeiger With contributions by John Hoke, Mauricio Villarreal, and Randy Gragg
Category
Architecture, Interior Design
Designed and developed by Waechter Architecture, the Mississippi Workshop is the result of over ten years of planning, modeling, and investigation. The building was conceived as a proving ground for sustainable building systems and “all-wood” construction technologies and equally, as a forum for new creative conversations. Located on a prominent si...
Project name
Mississippi Workshop
Architecture firm
Waechter Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Lara Swimmer (building). Jeremy Bittermann (aerials). Sam Gehrke (event). David Papazian (model)
Once complete, the complex will provide over 10,000 square feet of interior space for experimentation, design, and fabrication that Skylab will share with PDX Contemporary Art. The project is expected to be completed by summer 2023.
Project name
Skylab HQ
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA