Bringing you home.

We approach housing design as urban placemaking, with environmentally and culturally relevant solutions that meet residents needs for comfort, security, versatility, and connectedness. We measure design success by how widespread and effective the outcomes are to our clients and residents and cities. Creativity drives our design processes as much as it drives our concepts. In pursuit of the best solutions, we create an approach and design to our clients' unique goals, collaborating while pushing beyond expectations. We never presume answers. We discover them, just as we discover and honor people's dreams, hopes, ideals, cultures, histories, localities. We invite people to turn our housing into their homes.

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Set at the industrial west edge of the Pearl District, between the Willamette River and the I-405 highway, the Rodney is a mixed-use apartment building that fuses modern with industrial design. In response to community input, we designed the Rodney to fit in, particularly at the robust, ordered street-level base that reflects the neighborhood’s historic legacy of industrial architecture. But, as it gracefully rises to a slender, shimmering tower of glass, the Rodney also stands out, linking to the adjacent downtown and Pearl neighborhoods. Our design connects site contexts and scales that often aren't: one, industrial, grounded, and historical; the other, urban, vertical, and modern. Our client, Holland Partner Group, describes the Rodney as “one of the most successful in their portfolio.”