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Posted on: 23 Jan 2020
Let’s face it – Valentine’s Day is one of the most challenging holidays to shop for. Not only is the pressure on to wow your loved one with something unique and special, but Christmas just spoiled them with gifts. And all those … Read more
Posted on: 18 Dec 2019
It’s not too late to find holiday gifts for the most special people (and pets) in your life! ARCIFORM Junior Designer Sarah Pilcher shares some of her favorite local sources and finds below:
For the pets in your life – … Read more
Posted on: 17 Jun 2019
On Saturday, April 27, 2019, Anne and Richard De Wolf, owners of Portland-based design-build firm ARCIFORM, hosted a Great Gatsby-themed party in their fabulously restored 1904 historic mansion. The event was a benefit for the Lan Su Chinese Garden during … Read more
Posted on: 19 Apr 2019
ARCIFORM was pleased to showcase their work in several different ways during this year’s Design Week events.
On April 9, Principal Designer Anne De Wolf and Project Manager Joe Hoffman presented a Whole House Remodel workshop at the Architectural Heritage … Read more
Posted on: 21 Mar 2019
The Hanifan House, home to Gary and Melissa and their sons, Luke and Paul, was built in 1920 in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Using salvaged and antique materials when possible, ARCIFORM and the Hanifans renovated this gorgeous bungalow to fit the needs of their young family. … Read more
Posted on: 24 Feb 2019
Don’t miss the Whole House Remodel Workshop on Tuesday, April 9th, 5:30-8pm
Presented by ARCIFORM
So you’ve just bought a charming … Read more
Posted on: 17 Feb 2019
Open House of our 1909 Cottage-Style Bungalow,
Thursday, April 11th, 4-7pm : : 1541 SE Lexington Street
With a series of remodeling projects over ten years, ARCIFORM owner and principal designer Anne De Wolf worked with homeowner, Kerri Hoyt-Pack to … Read more
Posted on: 30 Nov 2018
This week we welcome our newest intern, Kylee Hansen to the ARCIFORM team with a post she wrote on her favorite project; the Morris Marks house.
Posted on: 02 Nov 2018
If you were downtown on Saturday, September 30th, you may have noticed a 2,860 square foot historic house moving through the street… in two pieces. Don’t believe us? Check it out here:
That’s right, we cut an 1880 Italianate in … Read more
Posted on: 07 Oct 2014
Do you have a 1910-1919 home? Here are some of the style characteristics of a 1910-1919 kitchen.
Subway tile. The tile backsplash became popular, and sink faucets were often mounted on the wall as opposed to the counter.
Full inset … Read more