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Autodesk

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Autodesk’s new Portland office deserved an identity as compelling as its location—the Towne Storage building, a renovated historic warehouse at the Burnside Bridgehead. Working closely with Autodesk and the brand strategists at Think Joule, Mackenzie’s design team interpreted the Autodesk brand through the lens of local context. The workplace is designed to attract and retain talent through carefully thought-out amenity space that fosters engagement, interaction, and an authentic collective identity. Collaborative rooms and meeting spaces are inspired by the tiny house movement, using a...Learn more

240/241 PacTrust

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The renovation of PacTrust buildings 240 and 241 resulted in reinvigorated and reimagined buildings cores, and new connectivity between the two buildings. PacTrust, a real estate development and investment property firm, inhabits the space and was deeply involved in the design and remodeling process. The buildings are similar, with parallel redesigns focused on creating and activating collaborative space. In each core, the central staircase was opened to the lobby and new amenity spaces, creating a connective communal area. The open space offers a variety of distinct areas with a range of...Learn more

1010 Flanders

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The 1010 Flanders project, a core and shell renovation in Portland’s Pearl District, transformed a historic building into a mixed-use hub with a new set of tenant amenities. Formerly called the Ballou & Wright Company Building, the property was constructed in 1921 as a warehouse and manufacturing facility for bicycle, motorcycle, and automobile parts. It’s listed on the US National Register of Historic Places, and designated as a Historic Landmark by the Portland Historic Landmarks Commission, underlining and codifying the importance of its preservation. Working carefully within the city...Learn more

Iron Fireman Collective

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The Iron Fireman building, right off the MAX Orange Line in southeast Portland, has a rich local history. Through an extensive renovation project, Mackenzie is bringing the building’s history—and its gorgeous period details—back to the surface. The restored building will not just reflect the neighborhood’s past, but is positioned to become an active influence on Portland’s burgeoning maker culture: things have always been made within the Iron Fireman’s walls, and while what’s manufactured has changed, the fact of making hasn’t. The building was constructed in 1924 for the Iron Fireman Company...Learn more

Consumers Power Inc.

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Consumers Power Incorporated (CPI), a nonprofit rural electric cooperative based in Philomath, Oregon, needed to renovate their aging headquarters to accommodate and energize an evolving workforce. It was an extensive renovation, with a complete redesign of the building’s interior, along with a new exterior facade, landscaping, and a structural seismic upgrade. A core project goal was bringing together the office and field staff, who had been stationed at opposite ends of the building. In the new design, strategic adjacencies between departments were introduced, along with a renewed sense of...Learn more

KOIN Tower Lobby

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KOIN Tower is a downtown Portland landmark, and a striking part of the city’s skyline. Its interior, however, reflected a different era. When the building was sold, the new owners decided that it needed to be repositioned to provide what tenants are looking for in a modern Class A office environment. Mackenzie worked hand-in-hand with the brand strategists at Think Joule, and the building’s brand was comprehensively rethought. The renovation, as the physical illustration of this rethinking, thoroughly embraces modern Portland and refreshes what has long been an iconic downtown building. The...Learn more

KOIN Tower Leasing Center

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Mackenzie is leading KOIN Tower, an iconic building in downtown Portland, through an extensive renovation that has resulted in a renewed brand and sense of local connection. An integral part of this complex project is the Tower’s Leasing Center on the 11th floor, which introduces the building’s brand and amenities to prospective tenants. The Leasing Center needed to elegantly illustrate two things: KOIN’s brand story, and the physical fundamentals of an occupant’s experience of the building. By carefully thinking through these two distinct—but basically connected—elements, Mackenzie was able...Learn more

Ferguson Wellman

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Ferguson Wellman, a leading regional financial management firm, enlisted Mackenzie to update their Portland headquarters. Balance was important: our objective was a forward-looking design that sustained traditional elements reflective of the company’s longstanding and successful culture, while embracing the future as new leadership naturally emerges in the firm. The new workplace needed to embody the traits that Ferguson Wellman value: stability, continuity, and clarity. A trend-chasing or revolutionary change in their workplace wouldn’t be in their best interest. Instead, Mackenzie...Learn more

Mackenzie Office - Vancouver

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Mackenzie’s Vancouver office, in the newly constructed Hudson Building (also designed by Mackenzie), serves as an example of our workplace design strategy, which focuses on employee wellbeing and engagement. The design seeks to support Mackenzie’s evolving culture while also providing an immersive example of our work to our clients. We achieved these overarching goals via several complementary design strategies: • Opportunities for different modes work and posture offer choice and control to the staff; • Large operable windows and 15’ ceilings offer access to natural light and fresh air; •...Learn more

Yakima

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Yakima, the iconic maker of bike racks and car top cargo carriers, needed a new corporate headquarters, and tasked Mackenzie with delivering it as fast as possible. Yakima closed on their new Lake Oswego space in late August, and the extensive remodel, which entailed 60,000 SF, was ready for move-in by December 1st. Mackenzie approached the project from the earliest stages in close strategic collaboration with the builder, with every step of the project closely calibrated to ensure that the design could be executed on time—this partnership was a key ingredient in the project’s success. Not...Learn more
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