Portland

Wallach Glass Studio

2003 Arrow Award honoree

Amri Studio, formerly Wallach Glass Studio, has devoted itself to creating unique crystal and glass donor recognition systems, tributes, art glass, and signage for 35 years. They also work in stained glass, stone, metal, and other high-quality materials. They are located in Santa Rosa, California, just over an hour north of San Francisco.

Michael Reed

2001 Distinguished Member Award Honoree
2004-2009 SEGD Board Member
2005-2008 SEGD Board Education Chair
2016 Fellow Award

Michael Reed is the partner in charge of Mayer/Reed’s visual communications and product design group, which was established in 1977 to integrate visual communications into the built environment.

Michael Reed, Partner, Mayer/Reed, Portland, 2016 SEGD Fellow
Michael Reed Iron Gate in Portland Oregon.
Mayer/Reed
Portland, OR

Where Young People Go to Retire

Welcome to the new Portland Chapter of SEGD!

We are energized and working to create an active chapter to serve the Portland SEGD community. Bookmark this page and check back often for upcoming events, SEGD news, and PDX blogposts.

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Kathy & Mike

SEGD Portland Chapter Chairs

Mike Hawks

Mike Hawks is a designer at Mayer/Reed, a multidisciplinary design studio providing landscape architecture, urban design, visual communications and product design. A lifelong student of psychology and sociology, Mike concerns himself with how people come to understand their environment, navigate through it and obtain a perception of safety and well-being.

Headshot of Mike Sauer, SEGD Portland Chapter Chair
Mayer/Reed
Portland

Eastbank Esplanade Urban Markers

Merit Award
Eastbank Esplanade Urban Markers, Portland Development Commission, Mayer/Reed

The Urban Marker project is part of the newly created Eastbank Esplanade, a 1.3-mile riverfront pedestrian and bicycle corridor funded by the Oregon Department of Transportation and the City of Portland. The Urban Markers symbolically connect the Eastbank Esplanade to adjacent residential neighborhoods isolated from the river by construction of the interstate highway in the early 1960s.

Mayer/Reed

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