Projects and Inspiration
This page showcases our current and previous architectural design projects as well as other architect’s work that inspires us. We hope you enjoy looking through the commercial and residential architecture design projects that we’ve completed in Oregon, Montana, and Washington.
Our passion is fueled by the ambition to deliver the most creative and innovative solutions for your project. To do so, we constantly have to stay curious about what’s going on in the world of architecture. Therefore, this page also includes posts about the latest architectural trends that inspire us, along with our personal projects to hopefully inspire you.
Our Favorite Top Architectural Design Trends of 2019
There is a big push towards creating more sustainable, eco-friendly, and budget-friendly housing. The tiny houses trend began in 2018 and has been trending ever since. These tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular in densely populated areas, where people are short on space. Creating small spaces with big character is now a new challenge we as architects face.
Urban Design & Resource Management
Urban discussions now focus more and more heavily on topics like water and soil management. Permaculture, a system of design principles that originates from the agricultural, social, political and economic fields, is a hot topic. The idea behind this entire concept is to create greener cities that are focus on environmental consciousness.
As we live in Eugene, we’re quite familiar with the concept of recycled spaces. This movement isn’t new to us. We love breathing new life into spaces that have traditionally been used for other purposes or concepts. Recycling spaces allow us to decrease the costs of construction, consume less, and be greener.
Your favorite trends?
We would love to hear from you! If you have a project or a topic that you’d like to see addressed here, let us know and we’ll do our best to address it in time. Please feel free to leave feedback! Everyone’s opinion is valid.
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View our previous work as well as additional inspiration in the blogs below.