This month the Wood Design & Building magazine revealed the award recipients for the 2015 Wood Design Awards program. The architectural jury awarded Hennebery Eddy’s “Fire Station 76” with a prestigious Wood Design Merit Award. To view all of the Wood Award projects showcasing leadership in architecture and design, watch the video of 2015 award winning work:
Excerpt from The Oregonian for the Cedar Hills Apartments which was recently renovated by Hennebery Eddy Architects:
“The yet-to-be-named gnome was the finishing touch to a $6.5 million renovation to modernize the 43-year-old apartment complex.
The project architect suggested the giant gnome statue after being inspired by a long-time tenant of the complex, who collects gnomes, Ashworth said. The forested complex has a second more traditional gnome in its recreation center and a small one in its office.
‘It’s our mascot,’ Ashworth said. ‘It’s fun. Anything that puts a smile on someone’s face.'”
Read the full article on The Oregonian’s website.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal features Hennebery Eddy Principal Tim Eddy’s home, Ash+Ash. View the article to learn more about this modern home: Architect Homes: Streamlined Yet Sophisticated.
Amid the PDX carpet craze on social media, Hennebery Eddy Architects and Emerick Construction are hard at work removing the old carpet and installing the new carpet at the Portland International Airport. See for yourself, and watch the a timelapse of the PDX carpet replacement:
Hennebery Eddy project Ash+Ash, a home that integrates contemporary architecture and high performance sustainable design, received the 2030 Challenge Award for Single Family Residential Excellence from the Portland Chapter AIA.
Ash+Ash will be featured on the AIA Portland, 2014 Homes Tour. Read more about this residence and other unique design solutions showcased as a part of Design Week Portland.
Hennebery Eddy’s design “Log Dam” was selected as a finalist for the Street Seats Competition put on by the Center for Architecture. Go see it and sit on it, now through the end of October in front of the center’s office at 403 NW 11th Ave.
The recently completed Ash+Ash residence received LEED Platinum certification from the US Green Building Council.
As a fundraiser for the Architecture Foundation of Oregon, Mayer/Reed, Hennebery Eddy Architects and Andersen Construction hosted a picnic and hardhat tour of the new Outdoor Adventure at the Portland Children’s Museum.
Hillsboro library leaders expect crowd of thousands to celebrate expansion of Main branch.