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Civic Park, a sports complex designed to reinvigorate the community and initiate the next era of physical education, recreation, and civic connection in Eugene, Oregon. Rising from the ashes of the fire that destroyed the iconic Eugene Civic Stadium.
Project name
Civic Park
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Eugene, Oregon, USA
Photography
Stephen A. Miller
The Serena Williams Building—a workplace for 2,750 occupants at more than 1 million square feet—is the largest structure at Nike World Headquarters. We led the design of all aspects of this complex building and program, including core and shell, interior design and furniture selection, and branding integration.
Project name
Serena Williams Building at Nike World Headquarters
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Beaverton, Oregon, USA
Photography
Jeremy Bittermann, Stephen Miller, J.P. Paull, PLACE
worked alongside 2.ink Studio and in close collaboration with Portland Parks and Recreation to create this 16-acre, hourglass-shaped park in a northeast Portland neighborhood.
Project name
Luuwit Park
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Stephen Miller (all still photos), Brian Dalrymple (drone photo only)
Perched on the hillside, with panoramic views of Snowmass Mountain, the Owl Creek residence was built on the idea that a physical place can deepen the connections between friends, families and the natural world.
Project name
Owl Creek Ski House
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Snowmass, Colorado, USA
Photography
Robert Reck, Stephen Miller, Jeremy Bittermann
Skylab Architecture designs the N M Bodecker Foundation in Portland, Oregon. The foundation provides creative communities with a dynamic mix of in-person spaces for workshops, gathering, and collaboration.
Project name
The N M Bodecker Foundation
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Jeremy Bitterman, Stephen Miller (video)