Behind the marble-clad front desk is a painting of Henry Weinhard’s Barrel Room that acts as a window into a history.
The showpiece of the lobby and an ode to Portland’s designation as Stumptown, the molded aluminum tree slab was poured piece-by-piece and welded together, and opens up to guests.
The handpainted mural by Damien Gilley in the breakfast room is an abstracted view of the architecture surrounding the property.
Assembled in geometric panels, the bar area’s marble features a hint of purple veining for a luxe feel.
SERA’s design was informed by a tailored men’s suit with furnishings and textiles for depth and detail.
Cascading down the stairway, pendant globe lighting connects the ground floor and lower-level conference areas.
Each of the 6,000 pencils used in this 10-foot sculpture was sharpened to a specific length, adding a bold pop of color to the common spaces of the hotel’s conference level.
Providing a modern yet timeless feel, the 204 guestrooms feature wood-like flooring and a cozy, minimal palette.
An intricate pattern on the floor-to-ceiling sliding bathroom doors adds to the hotel’s masculine aesthetic.