The Criteser home is a mid century masterpiece, originally designed by notable Portland architect Walter Gordon. The family loved the mid century style, but wanted to open and brighten the space.
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The Silver-Klapstein family presented us with a unique challenge: add to a gorgeous 1910 craftsman home that was perched on a hillside overlooking downtown Portland.
The Haas-Aldrich family approached us with an exciting project: an extensive remodel of the Blaine-Smith House, a gorgeous 1908 Arts and Crafts style home on the National Historic Register. Read more…
At first glance it is obvious the Evans house is a special older Portland home worth preserving. The 1915 Dutch Colonial Revival is on the National Registry of historic homes, nestled on a unique triangle lot perched along the Alameda Ridge.
When Karla and her husband Maurice decided to update their house to be more functional, they wanted to ensure they didn’t lose the original feel of the older home that they so dearly loved, so they turned to Right Angle Construction for assistance.
“It was a tall order, but we felt like we were in the best hands. There was not one day during the entire year-long project when we weren’t happy to see Right Angle here.”
– Jenn Campbell Read more…
Older homes can be a challenge, but we find the detailed work to be so very rewarding. That’s why we loved the challenge of the 1906 Sacks family home.
When we work on a project and spend as much time as we do in a family’s home, it’s only natural that we just might get to know our clients a little bit. That’s why we love it when we get to come back over the years to work on new projects with old friends…er… clients.
Molly Reed says, “I would highly recommend Right Angle Construction. Tom has a high expectation of his team, which ultimately gave us a very high end product that we love. Tom and his crew are attentive to detail and appreciative of the characteristics of an old home like ours.“