Building momentum

Our projects are helping raise awareness of CLT’s beauty and benefits. See how leading organizations and publications have covered our work.





Mass timber tower Carbon12 rises over code and financing hurdles

Architect Magazine, September 2018

Housing our cities’ growing populations

Architectural Record, August 2018

“A new housing concept on North Williams aims to change how some Portlanders age”

Portland Monthly, June 2018

“$250K grant could fuel the idea of the tallest timber building in Portland — and the world”

Portland Business Journal, June 2018

This new Portland condo tower is both sustainable and seismically strong

Portland Monthly, March 2018

The power of staying connected

The Young Architect Podcast, March 2018


—Google Jamboard and PATH Architecture, February 2018

The country’s tallest timber building wraps up in Portland

The Architect's Newspaper, December 2017

Developer plans innovative housing concept for seniors in North Portland

Portland Business Journal, December 2017

“Design Capital: A quintet of Portland designers illustrate how the Rose City has become a mecca for design of all kinds.”

Artslandia, November 2017

Developer Ben Kaiser. Hear from a Portland architect and developer who’s making an old material new again.

Nike Innovators: Innovation Inspiration, July 2017

PATH Architecture’s Catalytic Condominium in Portland is the Tallest Timber Building in the US

Arch Daily, May 2017

“The future of Portland’s skyline is made of wood. Yes, wood.”

Portland Monthly, March 2017

“CLT could mean another timber boom for Oregon.”

KGW8 News, March 2017

“The Carbon12 mixed-use condominium project in North Portland, at 95 feet in height, is now the tallest engineered timber structure in the United States.”

DJC Oregon, March 2017


—Carbon12 ceremonial last CLT panel flight, February 2017


“New Springfield, Portland buildings get $200K to test cross-laminated timber.”
Portland Business Journal, July 2016

“A small Portland developer marshals a variety of resources to redevelop a city block with three creative office buildings fronting a city park.”
Urban Land, June 2016

“Winning wood.”
Business Tribune, February 2016

“Wooden buildings as strong as steel.”
Newsweek, February 2016

“The 9 coolest wood buildings of the year.”
Fast Company, February 2016

“Design approved for Carbon12, first tall cross-laminated timber building in America.”
Next Portland, January 2016

“In growing Portland, the strategy is density over sprawl.”
The New York Times, December 2015

Brian Libby on One North
Portland Architecture, December 2015

“A neighborhood office: visiting the Radiator Building.”
Portland Architecture, April 2015

“A carriage house like no other.”
Homify, August 2015

“Salvaged wood renovation in Portland.”
Dwell, October 2013

“Moving through the landscape.”
Portland Monthly, December 2009




2018 Daily Journal of Commerce Women of Vision Honoree: Taylor Cabot

2018 Daily Journal of Commerce Newsmakers Innovator of the Year: Ben Kaiser, PATH Architecture/Kaiser Group

2017 Portland Business Journal, Commercial Real Estate Transformer Awards Transformational Project of the Year: Carbon12

2016 WoodWorks Wood Design Awards Multi-Story Wood Design: The Radiator

2016 Portland Business Journal, Commercial Real Estate Awards Sustainable Project of the Year: One North: Radiator, Karuna East & West Buildings

2016 Daily Journal of Commerce TopProjects Top Private Buildings, 2nd Place: The Radiator

2009 AIA Portland Mayor’s Award for Design Excellence: Williams 5



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