Back to the Future

By Paul Omundson Photos by Jeremy Bronson SOMETIMES A PIANO NEEDS TUNING. SO IT IS WITH homes, too, especially for a small, modest mid-century abode built in the 1960s, sitting atop the Hendricks Hills neighborhood. The house’s style, popular from … Continue reading

The Art of Architectural Sustainability

By Ryan Beltram Finding Nir Pearlson’s architect studio is a bit tricky. Located off of Agate Alley, the quaint and unassuming space might go unnoticed to a passing jogger, but if you stop and actually look at it, the small studio … Continue reading

A Tiny Oregon House Reaches Beyond Its Walls

A tiny Oregon house reaches beyond its walls to embrace the outdoors, regardless of weather. “Human scale” is the term owner Julie uses to describe the cozy spaciousness accomplished through her 800-square-foot home. Located on just over two acres at … Continue reading

Entrepeneur: Nir Pearlson Architect

WHO: Architect Nir Pearlson was born and raised on a kibbutz in northern Israel—an agricultural cooperative steeped in social ideology and surrounded by farmland and wilderness. After high school, Pearlson served three mandatory years in the military. “Following the service, … Continue reading

Wonderful Whiteaker

A baker’s sweet remodel By Bari Doeffinger Photos By Lanny Olivier WHEN MOST PEOPLE DECIDE they want a more spacious home, they pick up the real estate pages and start packing. But not Catherine Reinhart and her husband, Scott Gray. … Continue reading

Simply Green

Sustainably built McKenzie River home gives new meaning to “luxury living” By Jessica Tuer Photos By Lanny Severson LAST YEAR’S AVERAGE new home measured nearly 2,500 square feet, according to the National Association of Home Builders, and the term “luxury … Continue reading