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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74 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PORTLAND CHAPTER Firm Profiles Manfred Grabski Architect, LLC 503-810-8852 • manfredgrabski.blogspot.com 8106 SW 10th Ave, Portland 97219 I am influenced by the idea that architecture reflects its purpose and is honest in the choice of materials. I see architecture as a part of the surrounding environment, responding to and communicating with it. I work in collaboration with the client to achieve highly functional, aesthetic and sustainable architecture that meets the client's vision and budget. I am very detail-oriented and manage all phases of the design and construction process. My experience covers a wide range of projects from single-family residences, multifamily and mixed-use buildings, local grocery stores, industrial, health care, educational facilities, and historical renovations to a chapel, wineries and more. New Seasons Market Arbor Lodge (Richard Brown, architect) received the Mayor's Award for Design Excellence from the Portland AIA. McAuley Chapel (Richard Brown, architect) received the AIA/IID Award and Faith & Form Merit Award. The Multnomah residence appeared in the Oregonian on June 26, 2003. Principals Manfred Grabski, AIA Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 1 Total Personnel 1 Building Types Commercial 5% Industrial 5% Institutional 5% Medical 5% Multifamily 10% Religious 5% Residential 55% Retail 5% Other 5% Main: McAuley Chapel (performed while at Richard Brown Architect). Top: Multnomah Residence. Middle: NSM Cedar Hills Crossing (performed while at Richard Brown Architect). Bottom: House a flood plain.

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