Nike Air Hangar / TVA Architects

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Architect: TVA Architects, Inc.
Location: Hillsboro, ,
Lead Design: Bob Thompson – Principal-in-charge
Project Team: Monty Hill, Eric Li, Lisa Christie, Steve Karolyi
Structural Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
MEP: PAE Consulting Engineers
Landscape: Percivial & Shapiro
Civil Engineer: Group Mackenzie
Interiors: Williamson McCarter + Associates
Signage: Ambrosini Design
General Contractor: Hoffman Construction Co.
Geotechnical Engineer: Hart Crowser
Project Area: 40,000 sqf
Photographs: Rich Strode, Stephen Cridland

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The Nike Air Hangar is a 40,000 square foot facility located at the suburban Hillsboro Airport, on the outskirts of Portland. Privately owned by Nike, Inc., it houses three Gulfstream G5 jets for executive business travel. In addition to the requisite support space for flight planning and airplane maintenance, the Hangar provides amenities for travelers and pilots such as a lounge, exercise facilities, executive suites, meeting space, and a gourmet kitchen.

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© Stephen Cridland
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Cite: "Nike Air Hangar / TVA Architects" 17 Aug 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 20 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=160459>

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      TVA is totally stuck in the 80-90s with poor-man’s richard meier aesthetic…but the hanger stands out. mainly because of its simplicity. some of the “wall moves” are still dated but the overall composition is prob the only project in TVAs portfolio worth mentioning in the context of design.

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