The Rose and the Chrysanthemum: Japanese Influence on NW Architecture

03/23/2019 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM PT

Category

Lecture

Admission

  • $20.00  -  General Public
  • $12.00  -  AHC Members

Description

A craze for all things Japanese swept the United States beginning in the late 19th Century. By 1910, Japanese influence on Portland architecture had begun to take hold. The Arts and Crafts movement was highly indebted to the Japanese aesthetic, and it can be seen today in the thousands of bungalows throughout the Portland area. Japanese influence was perhaps even stronger during the mid-20th Century and it continues to this day in our local architecture.

 

Please join us for this updated presentation as AHC Education Committee member Robert Jordan traces the origins of this architectural aesthetic from our trans-Pacific neighbor and its influences on our built environment.

 

This lecture program is held at the Architectural Heritage Center - 701 SE Grand Avenue

Seating is Limited. Pre-Registration is Highly Recommended.

 

Parking is on-street (free on Saturdays) or in the parking lot on the west side of Grand Avenue between SE Yamhill and Belmont Streets - just to the north of the Urbanite. Thank you to Bolliger and Sons Insurance for sharing their lot with us for our evening and Saturday education programs.

 

 

Photo: 

Powered by NeonCRM