100 Year Anniversary

In honor of the founding of AIA in Oregon 100 years ago, AIA Oregon has produced a series of programs and initiatives celebrating the past, present, and future of the profession .

As part of the celebration, AIA Oregon conducted a poll of members’ favorite buildings across the State. Voting will be opened to the public later this month. The results below reflect the top 25 selections:

Timberline Lodge, Mount Hood
(1937)
William I. “Tim” Turner, Gilbert Stanley Underwood

Mount Angel Library, Mount Angel Abbey
(1970)
Alvar Alto

Commonwealth Building, Portland
(1948)
Pietro Belluschi

US Bancorp Tower, Portland
(1983)
Skidmore Owings and Merrill and Pietro Belluschi

Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland
(1984)
William Martin

Portland Central Library, Portland
(1913)
A.E. Doyle

Gordon House, Silverton
(1964)
Frank Lloyd Wright

Memorial Coliseum, Portland
(1960)
Skidmore Owings and Merrill

The Watzek House, Portland
(1937)
John Yeon

Crown Point Vista, Corbett
(1918)
Edgar Lazarus

Twelve West
(2009)
ZGF Architects

Charles F. Berg Building, Portland
(1930)
Kim Weber

Solomon Federal Courthouse, Portland
(1933)
Morris H. Whitehouse

Fox Tower, Portland
(2000)
TVA Architects

Japanese Garden, Portland
(1967)
Takuma Tomo

Nike World Campus, Beaverton
(1990)
TVA Architects

Pittock Mansion, Portland
(1914)
Edward T. Foulkes

Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland
(2000)
Suzhou Institute of Landcape Architecture with Robertson Merryman Barnes Architects and Nevue Ngan Landscape Architects

Crater Lake Lodge, Crater Lake
(1915)
R.L. Hockenberry

Hatfield Federal Courthouse, Portland
(1997)
Kohn Pederson Fox/BOORA Architects

Morse Federal Courthouse
(2006)
Thom Mayne

Federal Reserve Bank, Portland
(1949)
Pietro Belluschi

Jacqua Center, University of Oregon, Eugene
(2010)
ZGF Architects

Keller Fountain, Portland
(1970)
Angela Danadjieva at Lawrence Halprin Associates