Architect: Patrick Bickler, LLC
HOODOO SKI AREA DAY LODGE
SANTIAM PASS, OREGON
Nestled at the base of Oregon’s second oldest ski area, this 60,000 square foot day lodge was designed to accommodate families and friends while enjoying the great outdoors. The lodge reflects WPA era architecture - whose roots are in a simpler, freer past as an antidote to a distressed present - well fitting for those in pursuit of recreation.
Here is an outstanding example of the benefits of recycling usable but abandoned buildings.
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The result positively affects the building occupants and improves the neighborhood.
Typical concrete tilt-up panel construction is often dull and utilitarian. The Oregon Telecom building alters any preconceived notions of this nature.
This multi-tenant office building reflects its context and use.
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Aesthetically pleasing, modern, comfortable and efficient orthodontic office created within an existing narrow strip mall tenant shell space.
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