Building on history

By Stephanie Basalyga The Mt. Hood Cultural Center and Museum is moving forward with an expansion that will nearly double its existing space. In the nearly 20 years since it found a home in a building on the main drag of … Continue reading

2017 People’s Choice Award (Commercial)

1st Place – Commercial Featuring: Timbers Inn This annual competition was organized at the Broadway Commerce Center in downtown Eugene during the month of October, where local architects and landscape architects present their featured projects in various categories, and the citizens of … Continue reading

2014 People’s Choice Awards -Interiors (Submittal)

Submittal for Interiors Category Featuring: JNB Trucking In this competition which took place at the Lane County Home Improvement Show, local architects and landscape architects present their featured projects in various categories, and the citizens of Eugene cast their vote for … Continue reading

The Art of Architectural Sustainability

By Ryan Beltram Finding Nir Pearlson’s architect studio is a bit tricky. Located off of Agate Alley, the quaint and unassuming space might go unnoticed to a passing jogger, but if you stop and actually look at it, the small studio … Continue reading

2012 People’s Choice Award (Commercial)

1st place: Commercial Category Featuring: Hummingbird Wholesale In this competition which takes place annually during the Eugene Celebration weekend, local architects and landscape architects present their featured projects in various categories, and the citizens of Eugene cast their vote for … Continue reading

Museum Fine Fit for Post Office

Bob Hart, executive director of the Lane County Historical Society, could double as actor Richard Dreyfuss, but, in terms of public regard, Rodney Dangerfield might be the better fit for museum folks such as him. They get no respect — … Continue reading