Publications and Juried Shows

Our work has been showcased in many different publications over the years. This page, as you can see is all about name-dropping, so of course we put the most impressive names at the top, but if you read to the bottom, you’ll see the articles and shows do go way back.

Metropolitan Home

“Making It Personal”, remodel of a Pietro Belucci residence, designed by Allied Works Architecture, October 2006 special 25th anniversary issue, pg 174

Western Interiors and Design

“Portland Composition” Lerner Pearl District condo, Sept/Oct 2006, pg 99

Fine Homebuilding

“A Fence Forever”, NW Portland home property-line fence, and “Master Carpenter: Beyond the Basics: Laminating a curved rail with a vacuum press”, a how-to article by Mark Newman, March 2008, pg 132 and pg 88

Perspectives on Design

Coffee table book, chapter 3 – “Elements of Structure”, and chapter 4 – “Elements of Design”, Panache Partners publisher, Summer 2009


“American Dreams” featuring the Del Castello’s Columbia riverfront penthouse of wenge, seple, and ash. Fall 2008 vol.1, pg 158

Portland Spaces

“MacLeay View House”, a Kings Heights home built into the hillside, July/Aug 2008, pg 78

Portland Spaces

“Furniture Feature”, June/July 2009

The Oregonian Homes & Gardens of the Northwest

“Looks Like A Million” Del Castello Pearl District condo, May 1, 2003, pg 20

Oregon Home

“From Warehouse To Wow House”, Del Castello Pearl District condo July/Aug 2003, pg 42

Portrait of Portland

“Hot Picks” featuring the fishbone table by Mark Newman, and “Golden Empire” featuring the Lawson egyptian style home theatre in Vancouver, Washington. Summer 2008 vol. 15, pgs 44-45 and pg 70

Portrait of Portland

“Iconic Architecture”, Toy Pearl District condo, Spring 2008 vol. 14, pg 18

Portland Monthly

“Lair Flair”, Brown/Wojtanowicz Lair Hill condo, June 2007, pg 145

Portland Executive Home & Life

“ER Doctor Builds A Life Of Art”, Toy Pearl District condo, Summer 2006, pg 26

Fine Wood Working Design Book Three

“Hutch, Oregon walnut, yew” pub 1983, pg 31

Architectural Crafts, A Handbook and a Catalog

“Solid cherry telephone desk” and “Hutch”, pub 1982, pg 139

The Oregonian Homes & Gardens of the Northwest

“Keeping A Low Profile”, Bozich West Hills home, April 12, 2007, pg 8

The Oregonian

“Stafford French Manor”, Popma home, September 28, 2000, pg 26

The Oregonian

“Lust for wood nailed down by young craftsmen”, Craftsmen’s Bench, Mark Newman and associates January 24, 1978, sect B pg 2