At the 2016 Oregon Design Conference, Ascent Design Professional Tia Hanson attended a presentation on revitalizing urban landscapes. The takeaway? Involving a community and its members is a key factor when using architecture and design to enhance neighborhoods and the built environment.
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How can our Architects and Designers help you? We’re a team of dedicated architecture and interior design professionals committed to client service and creating beautiful design. From left: Seth Anderson, principal architect; Laura Moss, office manager; Tia Hanson, design professional; Emily Freed, design professional; Victoria Tranca, design professional; Sara Bergby, design professional; Lynn Baker, interior designer; Marco Urieta-Leon; Travis Smith, design professional; and Krista Appleby, senior project...
The American Institute of Architecture-Oregon Chapter held its annual Oregon Design Conference in May, and the Ascent Architecture & Interiors’ team of design and interiors professionals attended the premier two-day event. Lynn Baker, who’s primary work focus is on interior design, found influence for interiors from what designers and builders choose for materials throughout the building process.
Seth Anderson, AIA, has received a license to practice architecture in the State of Montana. Anderson, who’s principal architect at Ascent Architecture & Interiors in Bend, Oregon, is also a licensed architect in Oregon, Washington, Arizona, California and Texas. Ascent will begin work on a commercial project in western Montana this...
At Ascent Architecture & Interiors, we understand that it’s our experiences that shape our approach to architecture and life. In this installment of “Architecture Abroad,” we’ll take a journey with Marco Urieta-Leon, Assoc. AIA, and learn how a college trip to China taught him lessons he still uses today.
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