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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 Center where they advised attendees on how to identify their goals, develop an aesthetic concept, […]
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. With a whole house remodel and addition, ARCIFORM principal designer Anne De Wolf reconfigured living spaces and integrated […]
Posted on: 24 Feb 2019
Don’t miss the Whole House Remodel Workshop on Tuesday, April 9th, 5:30-8pmPresented by ARCIFORM So you’ve just bought a charming 1920s Craftsman bungalow in need of extensive renovations: plumbing, electrical, roof, windows – the whole nine yards – and you want the work done quickly, before you move in. Perhaps you are the proud owner of a much-loved, sprawling mid-century […]
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 create a unique, personalized vision of her home, which included designing a room around a […]
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.
An old, forgotten Italianate house sat quietly on SW 12th and Main. Arched windows were boarded and the property fenced off. As I surveyed each cornice, bracket and quoining detail, I was staggered: how could this architectural beauty be abandoned?
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? That’s right, we cut an 1880 Italianate in half, and with the help of OXBO, moved it 1.5 miles through PSU’s park blocks across the 405 freeway and to its new home at the intersection of Southwest Broadway Drive and Grant Street.
Posted on: 14 Feb 2018
There’s a reason they call kitchens the heart of the home. A kitchen is where you spend time not just making food for yourself or others, but also where you grow your family. Kitchens are lively and full of energy when friends and family gather. They’re a calm and comforting nest after a heated discussion. […]