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LEVER Architecture

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L’Angolo Estate / LEVER Architecture

11:00 - 19 February, 2018
L’Angolo Estate / LEVER Architecture, © Jeremy Bittermann
© Jeremy Bittermann

© Jeremy Bittermann © Jeremy Bittermann © Jeremy Bittermann © Jeremy Bittermann + 19

  • Architects

  • Location

    Newberg, OR 97132, United States
  • Lead Architects

    Thomas Robinson, Michael Gross, Scott Miller
  • Area

    2200.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

TreeHouse / LEVER Architecture

11:00 - 14 February, 2018
TreeHouse / LEVER Architecture, © Lara Swimmer
© Lara Swimmer

Courtesy of LEVER Architecture © Lara Swimmer © Lara Swimmer © Lara Swimmer + 17

  • Architects

  • Location

    Portland, OR, United States
  • Lead Architects

    Thomas Robinson, Jonathan Heppner, Doug Sheets
  • Area

    45000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

The United States' First Mass-Timber Highrise Receives Planning Permission

16:15 - 9 June, 2017
The United States' First Mass-Timber Highrise Receives Planning Permission, Courtesy of LEVER Architecture
Courtesy of LEVER Architecture

The United States’ first mass-timber highrise (defined by Emporis Building Standards as a building with an architectural height of 115-328 feet, or between 12 and 40 floors) has been granted planning permission, allowing construction on the landmark project to begin. Located in downtown Portland, Oregon, the building known as Framework will cap out at 12 floors and approximately 128 feet, ushering in a new era of tall building construction in the US. 

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