Restore Oregon just announced the 2018 winners of our annual DeMuro Awards to honor exceptional historic rehabilitation and compatible infill projects across the state. Selected for extraordinary quality, creative problem-solving and notable community impact, the 2018 DeMuro Award-winning projects showcase the best in preservation design and represent Oregon’s diverse culture and history through architecture:
- ERMATINGER HOUSE (c. 1843), Oregon City
- GARDNER BUILDING (c. 1901), LaGrande
- PAUL BUNYAN STATUE RESTORATION (c. 1959), Portland
- PIONEER HALL (c. 1886), Turner
- REDMOND CITY HALL AND CIVIC CENTER (c. 1922), Redmond
- ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS (c. 1921), Portland
- SALEM RAILROAD BAGGAGE DEPOT (c.1889), Salem
- SOFTSTAR SHOES WORKSHOP (c. 1949), Philomath
- TOWNE STORAGE CREATIVE OFFICE (c. 1921), Portland
- UNIVERSITY OF OREGON CHAPMAN HALL (c. 1939), Eugene
Restore Oregon launched the DeMuro Awards program in 2013 to publicly recognize teams of architects, designers, contractors, and property owners for committing to restoring and honoring Oregon’s historic architecture and cultural heritage.
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