Tuesday, September 6, 2011

G / S to take part in AIA Homes Tour!

The Van Adelsberg / Grant Residence will be featured on the Portland Architectural and Design Festival’s Home Tour taking place October 1st. The original, mid-70s contemporary, 1 bedroom house was designed by Edgar Waehrer. In keeping with the original spirit of the “house in the trees,” the new design adds 2 bedrooms, a home office and expands the interior spaces while retaining its original contemporary northwest form.

From the AIA Portland website:
  This homes tour provides a rare opportunity for guests to glimpse inside six sensational Portland residences. Featuring both cutting-edge and historic homes designed by architects, this daylong self-guided tour is a not-to-be-missed event!  The Design Matters homes tour is open to all, from design enthusiasts to professionals, builders to homemakers, students to senior citizens, and is a highlight of the 2011 Architecture + Design Festival, presented by the American Institute of Architects Portland. For more information, please call AIA Portland at 503-223-8757.  Just $40! Includes access to six featured homes, printed program with maps, and interactive iPhone app with GPS.

Tickets and additional information for the home tour can be found at: www.aiaportland.org.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

G / S to be published in "50 US Architects"

Giulietti / Schouten was selected to represent the State of Oregon in the upcoming book entitled "50 US Architects".  Projects to be featured will include The Leftwich Residence, Hollcroft Residence and The Walnut House.  More information can be found here:  http://www.50usarchitects.com/

$300 House Challenge

Check out Jeff's entry and the many other great designs for the $300 House Challenge. 

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Entertaining Modern on the Lake Oswego Home Tour

The Lake Oswego Home tour was a great success this last weekend! One of the houses that we renovated was on the tour. The house was originally designed by Architect Saul Zaik. We added onto it while still keeping the original Architects design in mind. It was a great project to work on and we are excited that it made it on the tour!

The Lake Oswego Review also did a full article on the project which you can the article to the left. Or you can go to -http://www.lakeoswegoreview.com/features/story.php?story_id=130514288019915500