Heartline

Heartline

Architect
Mithun
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA | View Map
Project Year
2018
Category
Apartments

Housing
Kevin Scott

Heartline

Mithun as Architects

Complementary Pair

Heartline is comprised of two complementary buildings that relate to contrasting parts of the evolving Pearl District, and are joined by a new public courtyard. The brick-clad low-rise is a modern interpretation of historical industrial buildings to the south, while the sleek, glassy residential tower relates to a taller context to the north.

 

Activity and Amenities

The block’s new programs—retail and offices in the low-rise, and residences in the tower—bring dynamic, 24/7 activity to the neighborhood. Amenities like a bike club, entertaining kitchens and rooftop terraces encourage people to gather and engage in shared interests.

 

Inviting the Neighborhood

To enrich the pedestrian experience, street-level retail in the low-rise spills out onto raised retail “docks” similar to historical loading areas in this post-industrial district. Dining spaces and bocce activate the courtyard, bringing neighbors together in this vibrant infill development.

 

Material Used :

1. Pacific Clay – Facade Cladding (Office building) – Medium Iron Spot

2. Skyline Sheet Metal – Facade Cladding ( Residential tower) –SSMSS Panel

3. Innotech Windows – Punched Windows (Office Building) – InnoNova 70.M5

4. Arcadia – Storefront Windows (Office Building) – Trifab 451T

5. Arcadia – Operable Glazed Walls (Office Building) – 10000 Series

6. Starline Windows – Window Wall (Residential Tower) – 9000 Series

7. ThermoMass – Facade Cladding (Residential Tower) – System CIP - Insulated Concrete Walls

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Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct link
Punched Windows (Office Building) – InnoNova 70.M5Innotech Windows & DoorsDefender 76TS System
Storefront Windows (Office Building) – Trifab 451T, Operable Glazed Walls (Office Building) – 10000 SeriesArcadia Inc
Facade Cladding (Office building) – Medium Iron SpotPacific Clay Products
Window Wall (Residential Tower) – 9000 SeriesStarline Windows
Product Spec Sheet
Punched Windows (Office Building) – InnoNova 70.M5
Storefront Windows (Office Building) – Trifab 451T, Operable Glazed Walls (Office Building) – 10000 Series
Facade Cladding (Office building) – Medium Iron Spot
Window Wall (Residential Tower) – 9000 Series
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