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Central Lincoln People’s Utility District – North Operations Center

Newport, Oregon Central Lincoln People’s Utility District (CLPUD), an electric utility located on Oregon’s Central Coast, voted in 2015 to relocate its North Operations Center outside the tsunami zone to better serve the community following a disaster. CZ|DS, working in collaboration with Eugene-based gLAs Architects, provided space planning, interior design, and furniture procurement services for the new 60,000 sf facility. […]

Made In Oregon – Portland International Airport, Concourse C

Portland International Airport Portland, OR The client’s mission for this renovation was to refresh the brand image, as well as maximize product exposure to increase customer traffic and sales. With an innovative design approach, this 950 square-foot retail venue elevates the level of design and quality of materials, improving the shopping experience while showcasing Oregon products in a fresh and […]

942 Olive Street – Innovation Hub

Eugene, OR A major seismic and interior renovation to the 1908 warehouse transformed the University-owned building into downtown Eugene’s new entrepreneurial hub. The 12,690 sf building now serves as an innovation center with an emphasis on environmental sustainability that brings together 3 programs; RAIN Eugene (business incubator and accelerator), The Tyler Invention Greenhouse (green chemistry and green nanoscience research offices), […]

Stumptown Coffee Roaster Headquarters

Portland, OR CZDS was selected by Stumptown Roasters to redesign the open office space at their SE Portland headquarters building, originally fully renovated in 2012. Outgrowing their office space within 3 years prompted our team to look for workspace solutions that could easily adapt as they continued to change and grow, to provide some type of acoustical privacy between workspaces […]

Made in Oregon – Then and Now

Portland International Airport Concourse D Proposal The conceptual design proposal for Made in Oregon’s Concourse D location at Portland International Airport introduces a new historical focus on regions of Oregon which are reflected in the layout, merchandise, and display, differentiating this outlet from the Concourse C location. The concept originates with the idea of a wagon wheel from the Oregon […]