The Daily Journal of Commerce reports that strawberry trees have arrived at the Tree Farm office building, where they are being installed into 54 steel tree planters*, each of which weighs 2,200 lbs.
The Oregonian wrote about how Dottir, the restaurant at the KEX Portland, is bringing a taste of Reykjavik to Portland.
The Portland Diamond Project has a six month extension on their due diligence for the Terminal 2 site, reports OPB. The extra time will allow the group to study transportation options for the Northwest Portland site.
Portland officials drafted a policy to keep homeless people from camping outside popular event spaces, including the covered sidewalk at Providence Park, according to Willamette Week.
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Tree Farm seemed interesting in the proposal and I was actually excited to see it go up, but it just doesn’t look good built – material choices, poor details and bad paint quality/color palette are a big part of it.
Yes. I saw Tree Farm the other day and the aesthetic fit and finish of everything was very underwhelming. Hoping that as the trees grow they will cover up the less than stellar paint quality.
That quote attributed to FLLW: “A doctor buries his mistakes, an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines.”
lol Doug… too good!