Originally posted on KGW Online PORTLAND, Ore — Talk about a transformation. A one-time car dealership turned stamping manufacturer in Southeast Portland is now one of greenest buildings on the planet. Mahlum Architects’ new studio is the first Living Building Petal certification project in the city. That means the building is as about as environmentally […]
Originally broadcast on KXL-FM | Radio 10/13/20 at 12:31, 5:37, 6:08, 6:38, 8:06 pm and 10/14/20 at 6:23 am Listen to the radio spot here Argyle Gardens opened its doors in April, Dave Otte with Holst Architecture tells me this is an innovative low-income housing model. “The important part about Argyle Gardens is that it’s […]
Originally published at the Portland Tribune Online. “It’s challenging, and I miss the interconnectivity with in-person contact, but this year’s conference is setting a model where people can attend virtually,” said Campbell, director of business development at Sustainable Northwest Wood. “I feel like going forward, and that is something that we’re going to want to […]
We are thrilled to be ushering in the third annual SBW! Since we can’t all be in person to greet, hug and collaborate we wanted to welcome you all in the only way we can this year – virtually! Check out the message below.
The ReBuilding Center envisions a world in which reuse is normal and accessible for all, fostering a circular economy of reuse and repair where homeowners and renters can repair their own homes while reducing waste. In celebration of our community and its love for reuse, the ReBuilding Center has partnered with Sustainable Building Week to […]
A one-time car dealership turned stamping manufacturer in Southeast Portland is now one of the world’s greenest buildings and will be featured at Sustainable Building Week 2020. Check out Mahlum Architects’ Jeff Goldblatt and SBW’s Terry Campbell on KGW! To find out more – check out the event on Wednesday, October 21 from 9-10 AM. […]
Originally posted on DJC Oregon ————– Sustainable Building Week, stretching beyond its name, is set to offer 10 days of online panel discussions and other events beginning Monday. While last year’s version attracted about 1,500 attendees to 25 events, this year’s production will have no in-person assemblies because of the COVID-19 pandemic. More than two […]