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Home Forward Bud Clark Commons

Portland, OR Our firm was responsible for the furniture budgeting and procurement for this 107,000 sf, $29 million project that opened in summer of 2011. The Bud Clark Commons set a new standard for services by combining housing with a community resource center. Located adjacent to Union Station and bordering the Pearl District, Bud Clark Commons achieved LEED Platinum certification […]

Ivy City Homes

Portland, OR This innovative 28-unit townhome project sought to seamlessly incorporate mixed-use and mixed-income condominiums into inner Northeast Portland neighborhoods along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The property was owned by the Portland Development Commission after a significant cleanup effort of environmental contamination from a previous user.  CZ|DS Principal Linda Czopek played two roles – leading the interior planning and […]

Raleigh Hills Residence

Art collectors in this beautiful residence in Portland’s Raleigh Hills were ready to update furnishings while maintaining their existing deep, rich color palette. CZ|DS loved working with this couple to update and freshen furniture and fabrics – all of which were influenced by their museum-level collection of artwork emphasizing Northwest artists.  

Jennings McCall Memory Care Center

Forest Grove, OR Czopek Design Studio led the team of architects, engineers, kitchen specialists, and lighting designers on the interior renovation of one wing of the 1989 building at Jennings McCall Retirement Community. With upgrades to architectural finishes, lighting, ceilings and interior spaces for specialized care,  the custom furniture and equipment was designed specifically to support the varied challenges that […]

Home Forward Martha Washington

Portland, Oregon The Martha Washington, a 58,000 sf building constructed in 1923, underwent a historic renovation to provide a mix of 108 studio and 1-bedroom affordable housing units. Of these units, 50 operate as Permanent Supportive Housing which serves the homeless and chronically mentally ill populations. The project received LEED Silver certification. While focusing on sustainable and extremely durable materials, […]