Mayer/Reed welcomes landscape architect, Michael O’Brien and industrial designer, Fred Stiber.
Senior landscape architect and project manager, Michael O’Brien, ASLA brings over 30 years of experience in the Portland area, focusing on public open space, mixed-use and municipal projects. His current work includes Errol Heights Park (Portland, OR), Cascades Academy Expansion (Bend, OR) and Multiple Pathways to Graduation (Portland, OR). Active in the design community and committed to the future of the region, Michael serves on the Metro Technical Advisory Committee and is a former chair of the Oregon State Landscape Architect Board.
Fred Stiber, SEGD joins the visual communications team with a focus on industrial design. With a background in exhibit design and wayfinding, he supports project development through thoughtful programming and structure design. His current work at Mayer/Reed includes signage and wayfinding for Nike World Headquarters (Beaverton, OR) and SeaTac Airport’s C1 Building Expansion (Seattle, WA).
Join Mayer/Reed and SRG Partnership for a Dine & Design event on the 6th floor terrace of the OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building. The August 18 event is part of the Architecture Foundation of Oregon’s (AFO) series that brings people together to experience exceptional designed spaces. Dine & Design raises money to support AFO’s programs, including Architects in Schools.
The Mayer/Reed-designed outdoor terrace of the LEED platinum, state-of-the-art building in Portland’s South Waterfront District extends the social gathering space of the building’s adjacent “intellectual lounge” and captures stunning views to the east. You won’t want to miss this dinner with a view!
We look forward to sharing the design story, amazing views, good food and camaraderie with colleagues and design enthusiasts. Visit afo-oregon.org for more information.
Join us in the South Park Blocks for music, art, food vendors, performances, family activities and more. Paseo is a free event inspired by strolls through the streets of Spain and is conceived and curated by a committee of BIPOC social justice and arts leaders. See you in the park!