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  • Work Experience

    Bora Architects 2011 2016 - Project Architect Block 20 Multifamily Housing / Retail La Salle High School Stanford McMurtry Art and Art History Newberg Middle School STEM renovations

    Hacker 2007 2011 - Project Architect / Associate Mercy Corps World Headquarters Cyan/PDX Apartments Oregon State University, Hallie Ford Center University of Washington at Bothell, Lab Building University of California Davis, School of Law Renovation Oregon State University, Austin Hall Business Education Building Gladstone Library, Unbuilt Westminster Church, Master Plan and Renovation Menlo School, Creative Arts Complex and Performance Hall - Atherton, CA

    PKA Architects 2000 2007 Intern Architect Village Retirement Center, Senior Apartments Beaverton Foursquare Church, Master Plan and Renovation Kaiser Sunnyside Hospital, Cardiac Surgery Unit, Angioplasty Surgery Unit Kaiser Interstate Hospital, Pain Clinic, Scope Washing, Allergy Clinic Oregon Health Sciences University Kohler Pavilion, Womens Clinic, Cancer Clinic Lower Columbia Regional Cancer Center Longview, WA St. Johns Medical Center, Radiology department, Longview, WA Adventist Medical Center Clinic Renovations, Campus Master Plan Kaiser Westside Medical Center - Programming

    Registered Architect: OR, 2007

    EducationUniversity of Oregon - Bachelor of Architecture, Minor in Architecture History, 2000Universitt Stuttgart, Germany Architektur, 1998-1999

    Volunteer OrganizationsSoutheast Soccer Club - U8 Team CoachSellwood Baseball - Assistant CoachEastmoreland Fathers Association

    Michael Meade6536 SE 40th AvenuePortland OR 97202503 250

  • Stanford - McMurtry Art and Art History Palo Alto, California96,000 sfCompleted in 2015DS+R / Bora Project

    The new home for the Department of Art and Art History is an interdisciplinary hub for the Arts at Stanford. The building fosters interaction an collaboration among students and faculty and supports the integration of the arts into university life.

    The 96,000 square foot building unites the programs of art practice, design, art history, film and media studies, and documentary film and video in a single location.

    The building also includes art studios, screening spaces, film editing rooms, ex-hibition space, the Experimental Media Art Lab and Sound Studio and the Art and Architecture Library.

    Bora acted as the executive architect for this project. Our role was to document and realize this project from Diller Scofidios design. I acted as project architect for this project from schematic design all the way through the completion of construction.

  • Block 20 Portland, Oregon300,000 sfEstimated completion 2018

    Block 20 looks out over the urban oasis of Fields Park towards the Willamette River, offering commanding views of the working city and beyond. As part of the North Pearl District master plan we executed for Hoyt, the five-story podium base speaks to the pervasive low rise industrial fabric of histor-ic Pearl buildings, while the 21-story tower rises to meet city planning goals for taller, thinner, higher density residences in this neighborhood.

    One of our goals in this project was to em-phasize and further establish the character of the North Pearl as a gateway to the city, with a distinctly contemporary aesthetic. Housing a total of 149 units, the building will bring a fresh material palette to the neigh-borhood with dark gray textured cement panels on the north and south facades contrasted to lighter toned cement plaster at the east and west facades. Expansive decks face east and west, and the landscaped podium roof terrace gives residents a spot to gather, mingle, and reflect on the city that wraps around them.

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  • Mercy Corps Global HeadquartersPortland, Oregon40,000 sf expansion / 42,000 sf renovationCompleted in 2010LEED Platinum

    Mercy Corps Global Headquarters is a place of action. It is designed to invite, teach and encourage visitors especially students to get personally involved in answering the great world challenges of our day: poverty, hunger and conflict.

    The organizations new headquarters exem-plifies their sustainable, community-focused approach. The project restored and dou-bled the size of the Packer-Scott Building, a historic Portland landmark, and features a green roof, glass sunscreen shades that darken according to temperature, low flow fixtures and resource-friendly landscaping.The headquarters also includes the Action Center a window to the world featur-ing interactive exhibits that educate visitors about the constantly changing nature of re-lief and development work and provide sug-gestions for concrete ways people can act now to help.

    Sustainable Design Highlights:

    Restoration and/or reuse of 75% of the exist-ing Packer-Scott building35% of the buildings energy supplied with green powerReduction of potable water used for irrigation by more than 50% and potable water used for flush and flow fixtures by more than 75%On-site filtration of stormwater runoff through bioswalesGlass sunscreens that shade southern-ex-posed glass and darken according to exteri-or temperatureEnergy efficiency measures reduce energy use by 30%Recycling 95% of construction waste


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    Portland, Oregon380,000 sfCompleted in 2009Hacker / GBD Project

    Cyan/PDX is a progressive living concept, built with green technologies and building innovations. The 16-story building houses 353 urban homes in downtown Portland, a vibrant urban neighborhood with great transportation options. Cyans dynamic design is a direct response to the active pedestrian and vehicular activity surround-ing the building. The weave pattern of windows creates a tapestry of constantly changing light patterns, and a connecting plaza creates a variety of exterior spaces from ground floor units private terraces to a large public terrace.

    Sustainable Design Highlights:

    On-site rainwater storageNon-toxic finishes and regionally sourced materialsEnergy-efficient appliancesWater conserving fixturesEco-roof on the podium100% fossil-fuel free with all power provided through existing green power programs95% of construction waste recycled

    Certification: LEED Gold

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