A directory of members, including regular, Allied and Associate, of the AIA Portland chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
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112 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PORTLAND CHAPTER Firm Profiles Waterleaf Architecture, Interiors & Planning 503-228-7571 • www.waterleaf.com 419 SW 11th Ave, Ste 200, Portland 97205 Imagination to inspire and sustain communities. For over 50 years, Waterleaf has cultivated enduring relationships with our clients throughout the Pacific Northwest, working jointly to create innovative design solutions in our areas of expertise: community, health care, transit, commercial and higher education. We are a vibrant and diverse collection of design professionals, creatively charged and driven to craft smart, sustainable buildings and environments that achieve a seamless union of form and function. Waterleaf is a certified B Corporation and is proud to be the first architecture firm in Oregon to achieve this distinction. At Waterleaf, our employees' passion for the environment and social good, as well as awareness of our work's impact, reinforces the firmwide commitment to sustainability and the larger community. Projects include the Lloyd Center concourse renovation and West Anchor redevelopment; the Northwest Children's Theater; Com- munity Vision, Inc.; Trinity Episcopal Cathedral; The Clubhouse at Domaine Serene, Dayton, Oregon; Domaine Roy & Fils, Dundee, Oregon; First Hill Streetcar (LEED Gold), Seattle, Washington. Principals William Bailey, AIA; Jon Styner, AIA; Stephen Lapp Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 17 Interior Design 1 Marketing 1 Administrative 2 Building Types Commercial 10% Educational 10% Industrial 20% Institutional 15% Medical 8% Multifamily 10% Religious 5% Residential 2% Retail 20% Main: Portland Streetcar Maintenance Facility. Top: Domaine Roy et Fils. Bottom: Lloyd Center Ice Rink. MAIN PHOTO BY CHRISTIAN COLUMBRES