Steelhead Architecture
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Steelhead Architecture is a design office focused on commercial and residential architecture plus urban design and planning. Started by Gabriel Headrick, AIA in 2010 after 15 years of work in both Portland and San Francisco, our project types include both commercial and residential construction. Commercial specialties include breweries and pubs as well as adaptive re-use of existing buildings. Residential specialties include new construction and remodels particularly in a modern or mid-century modern style.

Activism and volunteering for our community are important aspects of Steelhead Architecture. Gabe has acted as both president and land use chair of the Reed Neighborhood Association. He has also been selected for the City of Portland Policy Expert Group (PEG) for residential development which advises the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability on development policies. Additional organizations we participate in include the Oregon Brewers Guild and the Beverage Industry Networking Group (BING).

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Multigenerational Homes, New Home Construction, Project Management, Sustainable Design, 3D Home Design, New Construction, Multifamily Projects, Commercial Projects

Areas Served
Aloha, Beaverton, Boring, Cedar Hills, Cedar Mill, Clackamas, Damascus, Durham, Fairview, Garden Home-Whitford, Gladstone, Gresham, Happy Valley, Jennings Lodge, Johnson City, King City, Lake Oswego, Lents, Marylhurst, Maywood Park, Metzger, Mill Plain, Milwaukie, Oak Grove, Oak Hills, Oatfield, Portland, Raleigh Hills, Rivergrove, Sunnyside, Tigard, Tualatin, Vancouver, West Haven, West Haven-Sylvan, West Slope, Wood Village, Bend, Vancouver WA
Portland's Custom Homes and New Construction Experts

Contact: Gabe Headrick
Location: 201 SE 3rd Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
License Number: OR 5016, WA 10477, CA 29345
Typical Job Costs: $200,000 - 3 million
Commented: Recess Depends a lot on the type of space and what activity is happening there. In the case of this photo they are spaced about 4-ft a part for lots of light in the kitchen.
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Commented: What is the height of the lower cabinets ( from the floor to the count The counter is a standard 36" tall counter. I'd estimate the adjustable stools are 12" to 15" below the counter height. Thanks.
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Commented: Where are the shelves from? Thanks for the question. They were custom made by the cabinet maker.
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Commented: What kind of wall tile did you use and do it hold up to moisture? The walls all have marble tiles which as far as I know have held up to the moisture just fine. Thanks for the question.
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Commented: Are those PolySteel ICF's? They are from PolySteel Northwest. My understanding is everything went well and the owners are happy. The roof assembly was a truss package with a clay tile roof as required by design review. The ...
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Commented: what type of countertop material is used here? The counter is caesar stone. It's a pure white without any 'nouget', believe it's called blizzard
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