Old Town becomes New Chinatown

“Generative Erasure: A Painting will get involved with digital means of production. We’re looking for conversations thatbroaden our understanding about the means by which architects produce work—and the varied ethics, values,operating procedures and effects of said means for working. There are no prescribed results, just the expectation foran intense, probative, and pleasurable investment in your work. Our objectives for Generative Erasure include:acquiring a deeper understanding of producing, generating something, primarily, through erasure; utilizing a paintingimage as a site for representational and spatial work; and getting off-leash, wandering through the forest, perhapsdiscovering other gravities en route.” by Professor Perry Kulper Amy’s […]

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The Lantern

TEA Team Brief Tristan Govreau, Eugene An, Amy Arroyo For the reclamation of One Pacific Square and the greater revitalization of Old Town Chinatown, Amy, Eugene and Tristan found common interests in addressing design through the lens of Portland’s houseless crisis. As Amy delved further into alleviating the houseless and making an inclusive neighborhood, Eugene focused on bringing the previously existing Asian culture back to Chinatown through food, and Tristan found interest in preserving the existing building structure and energy conservation. We know that neighborhoods thrive if people work and live in them. Therefore, we are proposing the renovation of […]

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