Studio Field Trip: Portland

Midterms have just finished and I am still alive. So I have a ton of stuff sitting on my desktop, waiting to be shared. Let the sharing begin:

DISCLAIMER: As usual, I was mostly lost and following the group. So I don’t know names or locations for any of the projects or photos I took. (HAHA! How am I still alive?)

Last weekend my entire studio went on a field trip first stopping in Portland. This studio’s main project is a LIVE+WORK project, so we made a point to visit several housing projects.

Studio Field Trip Portland

From the roof terrace of a project called “The Janey” we could see all the way to the river and had a unique view of the construction site for the addition to this rather lovely project.

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Breaking for lunch, the entire studio somehow found its way to Voodoo doughnuts… (How?)

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I, on the other hand, made a point to go to Powell’s Books again and may or may not have accidentally bought a book (Sorry mom…). After, we stopped by an old factory that had been converted into a few restaurants and offices (I think…).

Factory retrofit

Just before getting on the bus, we stopped by a park that featured a sculptural wall made from the rails that had made up a railroad track that had formerly run through the area. Pretty cool, no?

railroad wall

Portland was fun, as always, but was just the first stop on a really awesome trip. More to come soon!

If I can remember anything about any of the photos I took…

Oregon photos

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2 thoughts on “Studio Field Trip: Portland

  1. Not to be a twat, but I do believe “The Janie” is actually spelled “The Janey” 🙂
    Source: http://thejaney.com

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