Virtual Tours

Join Eric for dozens of quick, informative, virtual tours from the greater Portland area and all around the great state of Oregon!

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The all-weather openness and inventive placement of working spaces and decoration elevate this state Capitol to a class by itself. Stand in the inner courtyard and look up! #mcmhawaii

The all-weather openness and inventive placement o...

A modernist masterwork; combining the tenets of the MCM aesthetic with the massing and ornamentation of Hawaiian regionalism. #docomomohawaii

A modernist masterwork; combining the tenets of th...

Fabulous MCM state office building with Hawaiian decorative motifs built soon after statehood in 1959 (not 1859!) #docomomohawaii

Fabulous MCM state office building with Hawaiian d...

The first of a series of short architectural/historic spotlights from Honolulu, Hawaii. My first visit. #hellohawaii

The first of a series of short architectural/histo...

Error: ZGF architects of Portland were referencing this building in their design of the KOIN Tower (1984) . Apologies for that miscue. #morriswhitehouse

Error: ZGF architects of Portland were referencing...

Three surviving late 19th century buildings anchor the south end of the Grand Ave Historic District on the east side of Portland. #architecturalheritagecenter

Three surviving late 19th century buildings anchor...

Built in the depths of the Depression with most of the funding by the WPA,
this elegant classically inspired building is now an elementary school. #sherwoodheritagecenter

Built in the depths of the Depression with most of...

Dozens of Quaker families from the Midwest arrived in the Willamette Valley via the Oregon Trail. Many were opposed to slavery, and contributed to Oregon entering the Union as a ‘free state’. #antislaverymovement

Dozens of Quaker families from the Midwest arrived...

The Sherwood Heritage Center operates the Smock House as a house museum. #smocksmock

The Sherwood Heritage Center operates the Smock Ho...

This one story theater building was purchased by the IOOF in 1932 and has served as a fraternal lodge since then. The two-story brick Masonic Lodge is right next door indicating the comparability of both service organizations. #friendshiploveandtruth

This one story theater building was purchased by t...

Highly visible pivotal downtown commercial building with the symmetry and restrained decorative motifs typical of early 20th century Classical Revival architecture. #sherwoodoregon

Highly visible pivotal downtown commercial buildin...

The interior of this well-designed civic building features an open,airy feel with the trademark THA dendritic support columns. #thomashacker

The interior of this well-designed civic building ...

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