Residential Design

VOL.5 2018

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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The Mod Squad GIULIETTI | SCHOUTEN ARCHITECTS PORTLAND, ORE. Photo: David Papazian Photo: David Papazian Portraits: Sally Painter When you think about Pacific North- west Architecture, it's the work of firms like Giulietti | Schouten Architects in Portland, Ore., that come to mind. Their 30-year practice has solidified their place in the residential fabric of the city and its surroundings, as demon- strated by their dominance in local awards programs and shelter magazine coverage. They are exemplary at what they do, but they are also emblematic of residential firms across the United States. From time to time, they'll design a no-holds-barred coastal home, but their bread-and-butter commissions are houses for typical urban professionals. Dave Giulietti, AIA, launched the firm in 1987 and spearheaded its dedication to residential work—new houses, remodels, and condo build- outs. Tim Schouten, AIA, joined in 1993 and was elevated to partner in 2001. Despite some ups and downs in the economy, the firm has remained admirably stable, maintaining a staff of 6-10 people along the way. "We did not feel the slowdown until about 2010," Tim recalls. "And fortunately, we had This page: Cliff House reuses the site of a former ranch house. Linked to an upper driveway by a bridge, the house pushes out to views of the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood. Above, left to right: Partners Dave Giulietti and Tim Schouten. 19 VOL. 5, 2018 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM PRO-FILE DESIGN

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