A Restored ’60s Home on Lake Oswego Channels Swanky “Mad Men” Vibes
The New York Times praises our industrial-turned-home major warehouse remodel on SE Division
Portland Home Envy: Inside an Inspiring 1920s Industrial Warehouse Remodel
This Arts and Crafts home eschews trends in favor of antique treasures, cozy nooks and a standout kitchen.
When the owners of Emerick Architects wanted to build their own home – the first LEED Gold Certified home in Oregon – they called to Right Angle Construction.
We specialize in transforming vintage Portland homes for modern living, while still retaining that special heart and soul.
More praise for this standout SE Division warehouse remodel project.
Creating sophistication for a rural family farmhouse
“I am wholly convinced that this space is pure brilliance. It’s a work of mastery. It is flawless in its execution.”
This Irvington family didn’t want to lose the feel of the home they loved, so they turned to Right Angle Construction for their remodel.
Stringent Historic District guidelines led to a brilliant design that marries convenience and seamless period style
When Emerick Architects decided to remodel their own offices, they turned to Right Angle Construction to get every detail just right