Partner Daniel Kaven discusses the recent USPS site acquisition and the potential it offers in the Daily Journal of Commerce:
"The acquisition by Prosper Portland of the U.S. Postal Service headquarters in the Pearl District was made under the pretext of immediate redevelopment by a yet-to-be-determined private group. These 12 city blocks represent an unparalleled opportunity to recast our strategy for urban design and the brand of our city in the eyes of the world." Read more
PechaKucha Analog, Dec. 6, 2016, Portland, Or
Analog is not a process - it is an experience - a reality.
Our work as artists, designers and architects is making The Digital, Analog. We spend our days dreaming up stories and places, building them pixel by pixel in the hope that one day they become something that we can touch and feel and in some cases walk around inside of. Read more
William Kaven Architecture announces the release of Camp Minoh, a short film by co-founding partner, Daniel Kaven. Shot at our residential project which is currently under construction, the three-minute film visually explores Camp Minoh in the context of Lake Michigan’s supernatural winter shores. Read more
To celebrate and unveil Gray Magazine's June/July travel issue, a jet-setting group of Portland design professionals gathered to discuss how travel inspires them to create. Panelists, including Daniel Kaven, Managing Director of William Kaven Architecture, shared images from their most inspiring trips and discussed the designs that resulted from their fresh perspectives. Read more
William Kaven is big in Japan. In Subaru Japan's recent ad campaign for the Subaru Outback, Daniel Kaven illustrates the commonality between architecture and car design. Both environments, one static, the other mobile, are created to be fluid, elegant and fun to be in. Read more