Along with working as a design team member on the development of the Orenco Woods Nature Park, we are also working to develop two sculptures, one to be installed in the summer/ fall of this year and the other at a future date. The sculpture pays tribute to the sites […]

We are excited to be working with a great design team on the Orenco Woods Park in Hillsboro, Oregon.  Design team members include:  Walker Macy Landscape Architects, Opsis Architecture, Lois Brink nature play specialist, Hillsboro Parks Dept. , Metro and others. The site contains part of the original 1,200 acre […]

We’ve received final design approval for three new sculptures in NW Portland!  We are very excited to get further into the structural design, detailing and fabrication. Here’s a couple pictures showing some material samples we produced during schematic design.  Except for the ironwork which is part of the design work […]

Please join us for the annual Portland Art Museums fund raising ball. We have been asked to contribute to the evening with a set design / performance and invited dancer performance artist Linda Austin to collaborate with us on a piece entitled “Nunavut” – explores creating a personal and expressible architecture that can transform from – blanket, to suit, to hide, to roof and to a blossom.

Portland, Ore. – (September 3rd, 2009) When October’s first snow falls on Mt. Hood, Timberline Lodge will sport an eye-catching new visitors’ entrance designed by Portland’s rhiza A+D. The graceful reticulated structure, like a snowdrift blown against the National Historic Landmark’s massive masonry façade, will be assembled at the onset of each year’s snow season and disassembled the following spring.