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ZGF Architects LLP is an award-winning architectural, planning, and interior design firm with offices in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Washington DC, New York and Vancouver, BC. Our portfolio features a diverse mix of projects for both private and public institutions, including work for hospitality, healthcare, research, academic, civic, corporate, and commercial clients. ZGF has designed a range of mixed use projects incorporating hotel, residential, retail and office, as you will see included in the following qualifications. This experience includes the Indigo @ Twelve | West building, which is double LEED-Platinum certified and has received the highest honor awarded by the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment (COTE). ZGF also design the Hilton Executive Tower in downtown Portland, Oregon, as well as Kimpton Hotels in Portland and Seattle. Our international experience includes the Surrey Centre Hotel in Surrey, British Columbia; the Lavenue Mixed-Use Tower in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; and numerous projects in China. ZGF’s holistic approach to design blends environmental, cultural, and economic goals to tie our buildings and strengthen connections to the urban fabric in which they become a part. We have worked with communities and developers to create buildings and environments that contribute to their context and provide healthy, inspiring spaces. These buildings unite their inhabitants and neighbors, providing them with a space to gather and connect to the urban landscape. They are transparent and inviting, and often become the heart of a city where people live, work, and play.


OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY The Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion

PORTLAND, OREGON

THE GARY AND CHRISTINE ROOD FAMILY PAVILION IS A NEW 72,000 SF GUEST HOUSE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT PATIENTS AND FAMILIES WHO TRAVEL LONG DISTANCES FOR SPECIALIZED TREATMENT AT OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY (OHSU).

to reduce stress, build community, and promote healing for the entire family. Guests will also have access to an expansive outdoor area that includes a Zen garden and children’s park, designed with the needs of patients of all mobilities in mind.

As part of OHSU’s South Waterfront Campus, the guest house is designed to provide a supportive community and create an oasis of healing and stability for patients and their families. Situated atop a new parking garage and conference center, the five-story guest house will include 76 suites with 38 dedicated to pediatric patients and 38 for adult patients. Nine of the rooms include private kitchenettes to meet the needs of immunocompromised patients.

The interior design was developed as a reflection of the views provided by the unique location of the guest house. The north “city” side utilizes an urban, active, and sophisticated palette while the south “garden” side is warm, comfortable, and bright.

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Ideally located just a block away from the Portland Aerial Tram, patients are connected via a four-minute ride to the OHSU Marquam Hill Campus ensuring easy access to all treatment facilities.


BUCCINI/POLLIN GROUP, INC. Canopy by Hilton – Portland

PORTLAND, OREGON

ZGF IS WORKING WITH DEVELOPER BUCCINI/POLLIN GROUP AND HILTON HOTELS ON THIS NEW 100,000 GSF, 10-STORY, 153-ROOM HOTEL IN PORTLAND’S TRENDY PEARL DISTRICT.

Hilton Worldwide has launched a new lifestyle brand, “Canopy by Hilton,” with development underway in a variety of markets, including Indianapolis, London, Miami, and Washington, D.C. ZGF’s design of the brand’s first hotel on the west coast promotes its local environment and serves as an extension of the Pearl District neighborhood. Canopy combines the most appealing facilities of a select-service hotel with the services and features more common at higher-end hotels. For Canopy by Hilton, Portland, this means a daylit winter garden that brings light into the conference facility, a bar and lobby where guests enjoy advice on 4

local neighborhoods and restaurants, as well as craft beer and wine tastings, and artisan breakfasts featuring fresh, local ingredients. A roof garden will provide expansive city and mountain views. The hotel’s fitness center will also be located on the roof. Construction began in July 2016 and is expected to be completed in the spring of 2018. The developer is The Buccini/Pollin Group.


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CENTURY GROUP / SURREY CITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 3 Civic Plaza

SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA

RISING TO 52 STOREYS AND HOME TO WESTERN CANADA’S FIRST MARRIOTT AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION HOTEL, 3 CIVIC PLAZA IS SET TO LEAVE ITS MARK AS THE FINAL PIECE TO THE CITY OF SURREY’S NEW CIVIC PLAZA.

The tallest tower south of the Fraser River, 3 Civic Plaza features 353 residential units, five floors of office space, a 144-room hotel, a rooftop garden, state-of-the-art fitness facility, and a sweeping ‘great room’-style central lobby that unites the building’s many uses. 3 Civic Plaza has been innovatively designed to complement its surroundings while adding an iconic quality to Surrey’s emerging City Centre. Establishing a vision for the project was very much a forward-thinking exercise: not simply a matter of responding to the existing context of the area, but to envision the Civic Plaza of the future. Part of the unique challenge in this was to determine 8

a mix of uses that would appropriately respond not only to the existing City Centre, but to what the City Centre will be years from now. The particular challenge of structurally-different uses was addressed through a unique solution: an innovative external concrete shear wall with distinctive window openings. The building element allowed for flexibility in planning the configuration of space, circulation, and structure to best suit each use. This is but one of the project’s unique features. In addition, the integration of natural ventilation, hydronic heating, and connection to a district energy system improve human comfort and are sustainable design strategies.


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HILTON WORLDWIDE Hilton Portland and Executive Tower

PORTLAND, OREGON

THIS 430,945 SF, MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT IS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF PORTLAND’S DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT. THE 19-STORY TOWER INCLUDES A 327-ROOM HOTEL, 20,000 SF OF RETAIL, AND A 680-CAR PARKING GARAGE.

The ground and basement levels house hotel and retail functions, levels 2-10 accommodate a parking garage, and the floors above contain guest rooms and health club facilities. The building’s design uses proportions and materials that respond to the urban character of the site, the adjacent historic Pacific Building, the Public Services Building, the Pioneer Courthouse, and the Pioneer Courthouse Square. The exterior skin is composed of architectural precast concrete and stone trim at the base, which rises to the fourth parking level.

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The top of the building is marked by projecting bay windows set beneath a horizontal metal cornice running around the perimeter of the building. The garage openings are glazed on the three exposed sides.


PORTLAND DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION Oregon Convention Center Headquarters Hotel Study

PORTLAND, OREGON

PHASE ONE OF THE WESTIN® PORTLAND CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL PROJECT CONTAINS 600 GUESTROOMS, 33,000 SF OF NET MEETING SPACE, TWO RESTAURANTS, A LOBBY LOUNGE, AND THE PUBLIC SUPPORT FACILITIES AND AMENITIES REQUIRED BY MEETING PLANNERS FOR A FOUR-STAR CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL.

Parking for 300 cars is provided, along with 5,000 SF of retail space. Gross building area for Phase One is 550,000 SF. A Phase Two, 95,900 SF expansion of 200 guestrooms is proposed on the north block, connecting to the primary hotel tower and built atop the Phase One podium and a portion of the Phase One tower. The expansion will not require additional development of back-of-house support space or meeting space. Additional parking for Phase Two is

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anticipated to be developed on an adjacent parcel of land to the east of the project owned by Ashforth Pacific.


LAVENUE INVESTMENT CORPORATION Mixed-Use Tower Concept Design

HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

ZGF IS SERVING AS DESIGN ARCHITECT, IN ASSOCIATION WITH A LOCAL FIRM, TO DEVELOP CONCEPTS FOR A 710,000 SF (66,000 SM), 37-STORY MIXED-USE TOWER THAT WILL BE LOCATED ALONG A PROMINENT BOULEVARD IN HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM. THE SITE IS TWO BLOCKS AWAY FROM THE U.S. EMBASSY.

The mixed-use building marries hospitality, gaming, residential units, and residential amenity space into a single iconic composition, while breaking down the mass of the building to allow for individual branding opportunities for these programmatic components. The program at the base of the tower includes a residential lobby and hotel functions, such as ballrooms, meeting rooms, restaurants, two floors of retail, and a casino. Rising above the six-story podium is a 220-room five-star hotel, as well as 240 high-end residential units. 16

The developer is seeking a building with a timeless and international flavor that also connects with Vietnamese culture and regional influences. The project will be the new standard for high-performance mixed-use buildings in Ho Chi Minh City.


GUANGZHOU CITY CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT HOLDINGS Yantai Urban Mixed-Use Complex

YANTAI, CHINA

ZGF COMPLETED THE PLANNING AND BUILDING CONCEPT DESIGN FOR THIS 3,928,289 SF (364,950 SM) PROJECT LOCATED WITHIN THE YANTAI ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT IN SHANDONG.

The completed project will be a mixed-use city hybrid combining a hotel, a club, and an ecological park with office space, retail, and high-end housing. Commercial and retail space will total 1,684,014 SF (156,450 SM), while the residential component is planned at 2,244,275 SF (208,500 SM). The concept of the planning is to provide a vivid environment for urban living, recreation, and social activities. The open, inviting style will create a focal point for the city. Tiandi Plaza—a large urban park adjacent to the east side of

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the project—amplifies the landmark effect of the project. Changjiang Road on the north side of the project provides a dynamic atmosphere for the retail environment.


CIVIC SAN DIEGO / CITY OF SAN DIEGO San Diego Civic Center Complex / City Hall

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

CIVIC SAN DIEGO, IN COOPERATION WITH THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO, HELD A DESIGN COMPETITION FOR A NEW THREE PHASE, 3,000,000 SF MIXED-USE AND CIVIC CENTER COMPLEX IN THE HEART OF SAN DIEGO’S CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT. ZGF, TEAMED WITH GERDING EDLEN, SOUGHT TO ACHIEVE THE GOALS OF THIS PUBLIC / PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP BY PROVIDING NEW ADMINISTRATION FACILITIES FOR THE CITY, AND DEVELOPING AN EXCITING HIGH-DENSITY, URBAN MIXED-USE COMPLEX ON FOUR PRIME CITY BLOCKS IN DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO.

The team’s plan was selected based on a design that includes opening up the site, and allowing the now blocked vistas to be reclaimed and reconnected to the urban fabric. The plan proposes reopening B Street and Second Avenue between A and B Streets 20

to vehicular traffic, reconnecting the Civic Center with the neighborhood, and also making the Complex more accessible and welcoming for retail uses. Plazas, fountains, landscaped pedestrian promenades, and pocket courtyards are the backdrop to this active center for civic and everyday life. From its solar photovoltaic panels and garden rooftops to wind turbines and a central cooling and heating plant, the proposed new City Hall complex, along with mixed-use buildings and shared below-grade parking, will reflect the community’s vision. The team expects the project to exceed LEED Platinum®.


SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGIES

SOLAR THERMAL Solar thermal panels would capture the sun’s energy, heating water for use within the building.

SOLAR ELECTRICITY AND SHADING A photovoltaic system would contribute to the building’s power grid, and window shades would help keep the building naturally cool.

About 75% of total hot water demand would be offset by solar thermal panels

About 9% of total energy use would be offset by solar electricity panels

EFFICIENT LIGHTING The building would be designed to maximize the abundance of natural light available. Other measures would include the use of high-efficiency fluorescent lights and “smart” lighting controls that would turn off lights in areas where they are not needed.

WIND HARVESTING Wind blowing in from the ocean would turn small wind turbines, generating supplemental electricity for the building.

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Solar panels would generate an estimated 795,000 kWh per year, or enough to power about 72 homes annually.

WIND TURNS TURBINES

GREEN ROOFS Green roofs, which have an insulating effect, would reduce heating and cooling costs and help remove contaminants from stormwater runoff. Plants would be drought-tolerant.

COLD FROM BEAMS OF CHILLED WATER

HYDRONIC COOLING A chilled water system would be used for cooling. More efficient than a forced-air cooling system, the chiller in the basement would pump the cold water through the building in special pipes. RECYCLED WATER An on-site wastewater treatment plant would treat water from toilets, sinks, and irrigation runoff for reuse as gray water. 22

CROSS SECTION

THERMAL STORAGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

CHILLER PLANT

BASEMENT

MATERIALS Local materials will be used as much as possible to limit emissions from material transportation and to stimulate the local economy.


CARROLL INVESTMENTS LLC The Eliot Tower

PORTLAND, OREGON

ZGF WAS DESIGN ARCHITECT FOR THIS 18-STORY RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM TOWER AND PLAZA IN PORTLAND’S GROWING WEST END DISTRICT.

Overlooked for decades, this mixed-use area is undergoing a renaissance of new housing spawned by Portland’s keen interest in urban living, nearby cultural venues like the revitalized Portland Art Museum, and new streetcar service that links the area to other emerging districts in the central city. The 362,406 SF Eliot Tower consists of two levels of below-grade parking and 223 condominiums, with units ranging in size from 518 SF to 2,982 SF. The first floor includes 10,000 SF of retail space with direct access from the pedestrian street level. There are also two-story townhouses with convenient access from the street. The project’s design features an aluminum and glass curtain 24

wall with glass planes of multiple sizes that combine for a proportionate, abstract effect. The Eliot Tower achieved LEED Silver® under the LEED for Neighborhood Development pilot program (this effort was managed separately by Green Building Services). With its location, size and diversity of activity, the building has become a catalyst for the area’s social, economic, and cultural transformation.


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PROVIDENCE HEALTH & SERVICES Providence Portland Medical Center Guest Housing

PORTLAND, OREGON

AS A REGIONAL DESTINATION FOR CANCER CARE AND HEALTH SERVICES, PROVIDENCE PORTLAND MEDICAL CENTER CHOSE TO EXTEND ITS HEALING MISSION THROUGH THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW GUEST HOUSE.

The Guest House is a 30-unit facility offering the comforts of home in a peaceful and welcoming setting for patients and families traveling from out of town for medical treatment. It is located just a block from the hospital and adjacent to a residential neighborhood. ZGF’s understanding of Portland zoning requirements, the Providence Portland campus, and its surrounding neighborhood helped steward this project to its successful outcome, which involved the approval of a conditional use. The design respects its context with exterior details carefully scaled to its surroundings;

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façade punches break down its massing; and materiality rendering a lodge-like feel. A range of amenity spaces are included—quiet alcoves for reflection, small group seating pods, and larger group gathering areas with outdoor dining / seating— providing patients and their families an array of opportunities to relax, recharge, and connect with other occupants in a community-building environment.


OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY Center for Health & Healing South (CHH South)

PORTLAND, OREGON

ZGF FORMED A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT DELIVERY TEAM WITH OHSU AND THE CONTRACTOR TO DESIGN THE 360,000 SF AMBULATORY HOSPITAL AND 264,000 SF PARKING GARAGE AND CONFERENCE CENTER, TOPPED BY 72,000 SF OF GUEST HOUSING.

The upper six floors of the facility, which will house the Knight Cancer Institute, are being designed to optimize flexibility and incorporate precision medicine in a patient-centered care environment. To achieve the most efficient solution and meet an accelerated schedule, ZGF used a cross-functional, Lean approach to programming and design. The design includes features that maximize the time caregivers provide in-room treatment by implementing just-in-time supply and medication delivery and in-room charting, and providing flexible spaces with fewer fixed and built-in elements 30

to ensure medical assistants have clear visibility to the exam rooms. The design of the infusion center creates four neighborhoods with a mix of private, semiprivate, and open bay patient treatment areas that maximize natural light, patient privacy, and caregiver line of sight. The infusion pharmacy, located directly above the infusion center, is connected to the clinical space with a material lift, decreasing motion of staff and material. A centralized check-in area and the phlebotomy department are located on the first floor, providing patients with connectivity to amenities, such as a cafĂŠ, a fireplace, and lobby space, while waiting for laboratory results and before proceeding to the infusion center. The cancer researcher workplace program, located directly above the clinical cancer floors, provides researchers and staff with an easy connection to the clinical floors.


CITY CREEK RESERVE INC. The Regent at City Creek

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

ZGF DESIGNED THE REGENT AS A CONTEMPORARY, 21-STORY TOWER FEATURING 158 RESIDENCES VARYING IN SIZE FROM STUDIOS TO PENTHOUSES, AND FLOOR PLANS THAT RANGE FROM 900 TO 2,700 SF.

The 285,200 SF building was designed to maximize views to the inspiring Temple Square and the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains. With floor-to-ceiling windows, the living spaces are modern, bright, and open. The equally modern façade, composed of glass and stone, creates subdued reflections of the surrounding cityscape. Each of the building’s four corners are carved away to create protected exterior terraces, and a gentle curve on the west façade enables views back to Temple Square, and projects a dynamic presence from within the retail environment. A pool and terrace on the third floor provide additional 32

amenities for residents, in addition to the restaurants and shops on the ground floor. The building has achieved LEED Gold®.


DANIELS REAL ESTATE F5 Tower

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

ZGF DESIGNED THE ICONIC 750,000 SF, 44-STORY OFFICE AND HOTEL, A STRIKING ADDITION TO DOWNTOWN SEATTLE’S SKYLINE.

The project is the first quarter block site to be developed in the city with the remainder occupied by two historic buildings—the First United Methodist Church and Rainier Club—significant of Seattle’s history and founding families. The design of the tower maximizes the development potential by flaring out over the historic structures and subtly tapering back through a sequence of building planes. The office component, to be occupied by F5 Networks, features column-free floor space and floor to ceiling windows—the most per square foot than in any other building in the city—that maximize daylight and provide unobstructed views. The 189-room luxury SLS hotel is located on floors 34

one through 16 and repurposes the church to include hotel meeting, event and amenity space including a restaurant, bar, spa, and 20,000 SF ballroom. The building is designed to achieve LEED Gold® certification.


HINES, FOURTH & MADISON SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

ZGF DESIGNED THIS 38-STORY, 1,200,000 SF MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT, WHICH PROVIDES OFFICE SPACE, RETAIL, AND 637 UNDERGROUND PARKING SPACES, AND HAS RECEIVED AN ENERGY STAR AWARD.

Primary objectives for the design of the Hines, Fourth & Madison tower were to maximize the size and efficiency of the individual floor plates, to create an architectural expression that distinguished the building from its taller neighbors in Seattle’s financial district, to respect the adjacent historic YMCA, and to relate to each of the four surrounding streets, as well as take full advantage of 360 degree views of the city. Working closely with the City of Seattle Design Review Board, ZGF was sensitive to appropriate scaling and massing of the building, introducing design features that improved the quality of the project from a civic and marketplace 36

perspective, with minimal impact on the surrounding buildings. The building plan takes advantage of the site’s steep slope by providing through-block shopping arcade connections in both north-south and east-west directions, with major building lobbies located on each street bordering the site. The massing of the building is expressed as two intersecting towers—a 38-story tower sited on the north half of the block, and a lower 32-story tower on the south side of the site.


ADDITIONAL HOTEL & MIXED-USE PROJECTS FLIPORT HOTEL GROUP CO. LTD

LONGYAN, CHINA

Bai Xiang Mixed-Use Development

COASTAL GREENLAND LIMITED DA LIAN, CHINA Xinghair Mixed-Use Development

GUANGZHOU CITY CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT HOLDINGS GUANGZHOU, CHINA Nanhair City Center

ELKS ON BROADWAY TACOMA, WASHINGTON Mixed-Use Development

MARTIN SMITH SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Millenium Tower

PROJECT ECOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT PORTLAND, OREGON Moody Avenue Mixed-Use

KIMPTON HOTEL GROUP

PORTLAND, OREGON

Monaco Hotel

KIMPTON HOTEL GROUP

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Monaco Hotel

VULCAN

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Block 48 Mixed-Use Development

HEATHMAN HOTEL

PORTLAND, OREGON

Various remodels

MALLORY HOTEL

PORTLAND, OREGON

Parking Structure

HINES

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

4th & Madison Tower

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INDEX B

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Buccini/Pollin Group, Inc. Canopy by Hilton – Portland 4

Hilton Worldwide Hilton Portland and Executive Tower 12

C Carroll Investments LLC The Eliot Tower 24 Century Group / Surrey City Development Corporation 3 Civic Plaza 8 City Creek Reserve Inc. The Regent at City Creek 32 Civic San Diego / City of San Diego San Diego Civic Center Complex / City Hall 20

Hines, Fourth & Madison 36

L Lavenue Investment Corporation Mixed-Use Tower Concept Design 16

O Oregon Health & Science University Center for Health & Healing South (CHH South) 30 The Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion 2

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Daniels Real Estate F5 Tower 34

Portland Development Commission Oregon Convention Center Headquarters Hotel Study 14

G Guangzhou City Construction & Development Holdings Yantai Urban Mixed-Use Complex 18

Providence Health & Services Providence Portland Medical Center Guest Housing 28


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