Brian Libby Portland Architecture
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Memorial coliseum, 1960 (julius shulman, courtesy getty research institute)by brian libby. king's hill historic district tour many of portland’s most notable late 19th and early 20th century architects designed homes in the hilly king's hill, a national register historic district, featured on this architectural heritage center tour. the neighborhood is also known for its wonderful landscape. See also brian's portland architecture blog. an empty nester couple's resort like retreat overlooks silicon valley [dwell, march 2020] now the portland building really is a landmark [portland tribune, march 2020] this hermosa beach home nails california living [dwell, march 2020] with maseeh hall, psu sees the light [portland tribune, february 2020] arts groups play the portland real estate. Portland's best architecture of the 2010s. portland tribune column [november 2019] grant high school declares victory. metropolis article [november 2019] origami artfully reimagines an overlooked housing type. gray article [october 2019] shape shifter: lisa picard is leading the transformation our workplaces. portland tribune column [october. Heather flint chatto (forage design)by brian libby. about one year ago, the messages and press releases started coming. i didn't recognize the organization sending them, pdx main streets, but there seemed to be a sense of urgency.there were design awards for urban design and architecture at the neighborhood scale to be voted on by the public. Brian libby is a portland, ore.–based journalist covering architecture and design who contributes to architect, the new york times , dwell , and citylab. he writes the blog portland architecture .
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I also write and edit the portland architecture blog. in 2007, my first book was published, a history of university of oregon football called tales from the oregon ducks sideline from sports publishing llc. it was republished by scout books in an updated version in 2011. short films by brian libby." click on the the 'images' link above to. The latest episode of in search of portland, brian libby's podcast with xray fm, is about the elk statue by roland hinton perry, which for 120 years stood between lownsdale square and chapman square before its preemptive removal during 2020's civil rights protests. The latest episode in season 2 of brian libby's in search of portland podcast is a look at the largest and most historic industrial ruin in the downtown core. interviews with historian chet orloff (who as a young an worked at centennial mills) and prosper portland development manager lisa abuaf help give us a sense of the complex's past. Column: brian libby's portland architecture . brian libby is a portland freelance journalist, critic and photographer who has contributed to the new york times, the atlantic and dwell among. Downtown portland (photo by brian libby) by colin cortes and joseph readdy. in the last decade, us green building council has seen a groundswell of support develop for its initiatives, not only through the usgbc’s leed rating system for green buildings but through its chapters across the nation and the world.
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Written by brian libby and originally posted in portland architecture march 29, 2016 waterleaf becomes first local architecture firm to earn b corp status over the past few years a new movement has been sweeping the business world: the emergence of b corps, or benefit corporations, which occupy a role between that of for profit and non profit organizations. William kaven architecture, modern architecture, portland, oregon, new york, los angeles, chicago, interior design, multi use buildings, development, design “the silica on williams avenue marks a new chapter in an ongoing urban story in portland.” — brian libby, portland business tribune. view project . residential . building types. Brian libby. brian libby is a portland, ore.–based journalist covering architecture and design who contributes to architect, the new york times, dwell, and citylab. he writes the blog portland architecture. Brian libby is a portland freelance journalist, critic and photographer who has contributed to the new york times, the atlantic and dwell among others. his column, portland architecture, can. Brian libby. brian libby is a portland, ore.–based journalist covering architecture and design who contributes to architect, the new york times, dwell, and citylab.he writes the blog portland architecture.