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Thumbnail for - Park Blocks of PDX and D.C.
Feb 11, 2013
The Park Blocks of our young city rank with those in the Nation's Capital, a.k.a. the National Mall.
Thumbnail for - Balthazar Korab, RIP
Feb 3, 2013
His photographs of modern architecture were nearly as important as the works themselves in spreading the modernist aesthetic.
Thumbnail for - Can Cities Get Smart?
Jan 21, 2013
Intel's Herman D'Hooge and the U of O Architecture department try to answer the proverbial urban question.
Thumbnail for - John Storrs, Modernist
Jan 20, 2013
In the family tree of architects who’ve created our beloved Northwest Regional modernist architecture, John Storrs (1920-2003) was one of the longest, strongest branches.
Thumbnail for - Ada Louise Huxtable, RIP
Jan 14, 2013
A strong, smart, critical voice, she led the important discussion about architecture and our culture for half a century.
Thumbnail for - Modernism With Curves
Dec 11, 2012
Oscar Niemeyer perfected a sensuous, Brazilian brand of mid-century modernism.
Thumbnail for - Gae Aulenti, RIP
Nov 4, 2012
This multitalented pioneer of post-modern architecture was a designing woman who defied categorization in her native Italy and beyond.
Thumbnail for - Bright Summer Inspirations
Aug 27, 2012
Out and About
You never know when inspiration will strike: see Ellsworth Kelly prints, buy an Arne Jacobsen Swan chair. Belluschi exhibit? Let's see..
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