Multnomah County Central Courthouse

An exclusive look inside Multnomah County Central Courthouse. A collaborative approach to designing a courthouse.

Thank You!

Thank you for joining us during this exclusive look inside Multnomah County Central Courthouse in Portland, Oregon.

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Main Entrance and Lobby

The large mural in the lobby sets the color palette for furnishings throughout the building.

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State-of-the-Art Courtroom

Seating for each courtroom was provided by PacificWRO.

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District Attorney Victim's Lounge

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Jury Assembly Room

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Public Seating Area

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Judicial Chambers

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Jefferson Station Crane Room

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Private Offices

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Open Office Workstations

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Event Highlights

Thank you to everyone who attended our Exclusive Look Inside the Multnomah County Central Courthouse.

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Below are a few highlights from our preview event.

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Laurel Danielson from SRG Partnership shares an overview of the project.

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Anthony Pepe, Director of Sales at PacificWRO, welcomes and introduces guests.

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Tess Healey from PacificWRO sends her greetings via video, from the Gulf Coast.

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Kim White, from PacificWRO, explains the "chair testing process."

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The Jury Assembly Room required special seating that was comfortable for hours.

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Brief pause on 17th Floor to enjoy the view of the Willamette River.

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Courtroom corridor on the 17th Floor.

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Explanation of furniture used in all public seating lounge areas.

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Laurel Danielson explains how each floor had its own unique color palette.

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Courtroom preview and overview of the design process.

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Jen Teckenburg, from Herman Miller, describes the process for helping each Judge select his/her furniture for their Chambers.

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Countless hours of research and testing went into selecting the right counsel tables.

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The Victim Lounge required special care and consideration during the furniture selection process.

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Stephanie Woodard from Multnomah County explains the purpose behind the fabric selection.

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Groups were directed to the Crane Room for the last stop on the tour.

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Portland's historic building - Jefferson Station - houses the high-traffic courtrooms.

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Laurel Danielson describes working with additional architects to preserve the history of this landmark building.

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THANK YOU to everyone who attended!