AIA Portland Profile

Profile 2017

A directory of members, including regular, Allied and Associate, of the AIA Portland chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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42 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PORTLAND CHAPTER Firm Profiles Dangermond Keane Architecture 503-487-0211 • www.dangermondkeane.com 1921 NW Kearney St, Portland 97209 Dangermond Keane Architecture is an award-winning Portland design studio focused on residential and institutional projects. At Dangermond Keane, each project emerges from a process of close collaboration with our clients and project stakeholders and a careful understanding of place. Our office is built around a studio culture that encourages research, exploration and collaboration. We are LEED-accredited designers and deeply committed to designing beautiful, sustain- able, high-performance buildings that enhance the lives of their users. Not driven by a particular style, we believe instead that good design is the direct product of artful problem-solving. Dangermond Keane offers full architectural design and planning services, including initial feasibility studies, master planning, urban design studies, programming, design and construction administration services. Recent projects include the Coastal Discovery Center at Camp Gray for OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), the Sanford Homestake Visitor Center (2015 AIA Citation Award), the OMSI Turbine Hall experience master plan, the Gallaudet University MSSD (Model Secondary School for the Deaf ) residence hall, and the Altasea research facility at the Port of Los Angeles. Principals Steve Dangermond; Chris Keane, AIA Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 5 Total Personnel 5 Building Types Educational 25% Institutional 50% Residential 25% Main: Sanford Lab Visitor Center. Top: Lewis and Clark Career Center. Middle: Model Secondary School for the Deaf Residence Hall. Bottom: OMSI Coastal Discovery Camp.

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