Unbuilt: Portland that Never Was

Every Thursday–Saturday
Architectural Heritage Center Buckman (Portland)
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There are a number of reasons why buildings and other development projects never get beyond the concept or planning phase. This exhibit explores a variety of never-built Portland-area projects, from a massive housing and marina project in St. Johns, to a 15-story addition to the Masonic Temple – now better known as the Portland Art Museum’s Mark Building. Other unbuilt projects include a would-be shopping mall in Linnton or a variety of plans that would have forever altered downtown or dissected the city through road construction and other public works projects. As the exhibit shows, some of the city’s most prominent architects including A. E. Doyle and Will Martin, had projects that never made it beyond the drafting table. Through architectural drawings, plans, reports, and promotional materials from the Architectural Heritage Center library, the exhibit shows a Portland that  might have been.

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Architectural Heritage Center

701 SE Grand Portland, OR Venue website

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