Portland Landscape design

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Providence ST. Vincent – Portland, Oregon

A linear healing garden for a new Oncology Building located within the Providence St. Vincent Campus was designed by Shapiro Didway in association with JRJ&A . The garden is intended to be a viewing and ...

Mar, 08

Central Catholic High School, Portland, Oregon

To create a space that would accomodate the needs of small student groups as well as school assemblies a multi-leveled courtyard was created in close association with staff and the design team. The courtyard is ...

Mar, 07

Nike World Campus – Child Development Center, Beaverton, Oregon

Shapiro Didway worked with TVA Architects on a new child development center at the Nike World Campus in Beaverton, Oregon. The project consists of the development of play areas for infants, toddlers, transitional and pre-school ...

Mar, 07

University of Portland New Dormitory, Oregon

The University of Portland is a classical campus comprised of a mixture of buildings from the 1920’s, mid-century and modern architecture. The predominant landscape of the campus ties together this mixture of architecture and is ...

Mar, 07

Ione Plaza, Portland, Oregon

For this mid-century apartment building, Shapiro Didway worked with Leeb Architects and the Myhre Group in the development of a renovated entry plaza and adjacent seating areas. n elevated gathering and seating area provides an ...

Mar, 07

The Merrick, Portland, Oregon

Shapiro Didway designed a 5,000 square foot roof garden for this new 180-unit apartment complex located in inner northeast Portland. As the primary open space for the development, the garden provides a variety of private ...

Mar, 07

The Vaux Condominiums, Portland, Oregon

In developing this over-structure courtyard, Shapiro Didway set out to create an inviting, usable outdoor space for residents that encourages circulation between Savier and Raleigh Streets, provides informal seating and is visually interesting when looked ...

Mar, 07


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