Architectural Woodworking

Architectural woodworking gives your space a modern or classic feel that pairs seamlessly with your needs.  We work with homeowners, builders, architects, and interior designers to create high end interiors for both commercial and residential projects.

Architectural wood working makes your space both beautiful and functional.

Council Crest Home

This house in Council Crest feels so warm and welcoming with all that wood and all that light.

Our work includes the suspended stairway, living room paneling and fireplace in the first photo.

In the second photo, we built the window and wall panel system on the left and the library shelving on the right.

In the third photo, we built the entry paneling, louvered screen, and pivot entry door.

In collaboration with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson ​and Don Tankersley and Co.​

Pac West Center Lobby

PacWest Center is a 30-story Portland, Oregon office building. Our work included the white oak paneling, concierge desk, green wall, stadium style bench, coffee tables, and bar counter.

Project partners: GBD Architects and Hoffman Construction

Basha Loft and Railing

This project stands out for it’s warm, comfortable, and modern feel.

See our work in the cedar paneling on the ceiling, the walnut loft railings, the entertainment center, the kitchen cabinetry, and the breakfast table.

PAE Living Building

The PAE living building is the world’s largest commercial Living Building, this engineering feat stands in Portland’s Old town.

We did a lot of interior woodworking and paneling in this unique sustainable building.

The PAE Living Building is designed to last for 500+ years. It supports employee health, comfort and productivity

It includes onsite and dedicated offsite solar, to make the project a net energy producer. It is made primarily out of wood — which has approximately 25% less embodied carbon than concrete or steel frames.

And it includes lots of art PNW based art and artists. The last two slides are created in collaboration with Indigenous artist Tomo Villa, who designed the basketweave pattern before we used a CNC machine to etch it into the wood.  

We enjoyed being a part of this project and would love to help any homeowners who want to start a sustainable (and beautiful) remodel!

Cascadian Condo Lobby

Our work in this space includes the maple paneling in 2 finishes, the bench, console, cast concrete, and cast glass     

In partnership with Lamb Design Studio and  LCG contractors