Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 5:30pm
White Stag Block, Event Room
70 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209
A lecture by Walker Templeton, M.Arch '05, with a focus on working with large user groups and integrated sustainable design.
Walker brings more than 10 years of design experience with both national and international projects, including government, higher education, institutional, medical buildings and multi-family housing. He believes that every project presents a unique design opportunity for innovation and a fresh approach. Walker brings a passion for design to every project from the very beginning, and works collaboratively to establish the initial concept with the client, user groups, and entire design team. He uses an integrated design process that considers the interior and exterior of a building, as well as the surrounding landscape, to arrive at a timeless design that is responsive and contextual.
Walker received a Masters of Architecture degree and a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Design and Business degree from the University of Oregon. He is currently the designer on the renovation and addition of the Erb Memorial Union.