Making at Multiple Scales in Portland

Albina Yard is a new creative office and retail project in North Portland. It is also the first US office building made from domestically-fabricated cross-laminated timber (CLT).

Join the project’s designers, builders, and innovative tenants for an open house and conversation about making at multiple scales—from artisan object to architecture—and how that is informed by the culture of Portland.

Presenters include Aaron Blake of design build firm Reworks, Thomas Robinson of LEVER Architecture, Stefan Schneider of Cut My Timber, and Sam Huff and Jevan Lautz of Tanner Goods. Participants will have a chance to tour the building and join us for a cocktail at the Wayback.