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Old Portland House Renovation By Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

Old Portland House Renovation By Jessica Helgerson Interior Design Old Portland House Renovation By Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design (JHID) surprised us once again with this house renovation of a mid-century Portland home with more than a touch of charm. Elegant gold fabrics stand side by side with decadent purple and lavender velvets. Vintage chairs are reflected in the mirrors of the living room faceted as it is with panels of antique mirrors making the space appear to light up like the inside of a diamond.

I’ve often compared the process of design to the act of cooking – even though they operate on a very different time scale, there is no denying there are clear parallels between the two. In both cases, the right ingredients are key (sometimes we have the luxury of starting from scratch, other times we need to work with what we have – be that the contents of the fridge or the pantry, or indeed – an existing building). This is why I was so pleased to see our old pal Jessica Helgerson‘s answers to the Q&A below, in which she describes the design process for this project “like creating a delicate layer cake without letting any of the ingredients lose their flavours and personality.”

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I think this project was a lesson in letting go and letting other influences, both past and present, guide the process. I don’t see much of myself or our office in the final product, but I do love it nevertheless.

But what really strikes you is that these bright colours read just like jewels set into a soft velvet jewellery box. Turquoise, topaz, aquamarine and amethyst – the contents of the house really do glitter like beautiful bright stones resplendent in their mirrored box.

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Read on for a little Q&A about the project from Jessica herself.

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Mira Eng-Goetz enjoys exploring the relationships between objects, people and spaces. She studied sculpture at Mills College in Oakland, California and later received a bachelor of science degree in interior architecture at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Mira’s designs are often influenced by her experiences abroad in Europe and West Africa where she interned with a variety of visual artists and volunteered as a health worker in the Peace Corps.

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“The existing details were so exquisite and the proportions so lovely we felt that we needed to proceed with caution with everything we did. Our goal was to reflect our clients’ love of modern design while being absolutely respectful of the existing architecture,” said Helgerson.

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The current owners are also artists with a strong individual aesthetic, which meant the project was “a delicate process of stirring all the various ingredients without letting any of them lose their particular flavour” (there’s that link back to cooking – love it!). The team at Jessica Helgerson Interior Design were tasked with the interiors of the remodel, while Dale Farr, William Fletcher’s former partner, designed a garage and an addition to the front of the house in conjunction with interior designers’ work.

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I think what made it most interesting was also what created the challenge… the careful process of mixing together the history of the original architecture, the strong colourful presence of the artist who had lived there before, and the addition of our clients with their own aesthetic and practical wishes for the house. It was like creating a delicate layer cake without letting any of the ingredients lose their flavours and personality. In most of our projects our office adds its own ingredients (and often our projects wind up being mostly that) but here we were definitely just the careful stirrers.

I think my favourite thing is how personal (and full of personality) it is. I also love the history of the project. . . the house was designed in the 50’s by Portland architect William Fletcher who has since passed away, but who at the time was a partner in the firm Fletcher Farr Ayotte. We designed the interior portion of the remodel, but the new garage and addition at the front were designed at the same time by William’s old partner Dale Farr. The connection to the past was very sweet and I think William would have been pleased with the work we did, both inside and out.

Alisha Borden is intrigued with the effect the built environment has on its users. She believes the most inspired designs are created through multidisciplinary practices, and is always seeking to learn. Alisha graduated with a bachelor’s degree in interior design and a minor in sustainability from the Art Institute of Portland. During her time in school she completed an internship at Skylab Architecture, and regularly collaborated with students in various fields of study, broadening her perspective on design and how it is influenced by allied arts.

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As a primarily self-taught, multidisciplinary artist and designer, Adam experienced a late-in-life realization that dabbling is, in and of itself, an interesting career path. In working with JHID, Adam has been provided the opportunity to wear many hats; from scheming dream projects for the firm, to corresponding with the press, and picking up tile samples. Every day, and every project, is chock full of opportunities for learning, growth and gratitude.

The kitchen was where the most change happened. Previously refreshed in the 1980’s, the yellow cabinetry required a total going over. There were some intense structural changes needed to open it up, a new ceiling beam and footings in the basement.

There is more than a touch of glamour to the refurbishment of this mid-century Portland home by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design (JHID). Plush gold fabrics sit side by side with decadent purple and lavender velvets. Vintage chairs are reflected in the mirrors of the living room, something of a real-life jewel box itself, faceted as it is with panels of antique mirrors making the space appear to light up like the inside of a diamond.

Jessica has a long-standing interest in green building and sustainability. At the start of her career she was a green building activist, sitting on a number of boards devoted to environmental preservation and serving as president of the Sustainability Project. She continues to bring this interest in sustainability into her daily life. For four years, her family lived, rather experimentally, in a 540-square-foot cottage on five acres of farmland. Adorned with a planted green roof and big front porch, the cottage was remodeled with almost entirely reclaimed materials. With her husband, she has been raising chickens, turkeys, and bees and growing nearly all the food their family eats, as well as throwing lots of big dinner parties for friends hungry for food they can see growing. They now live on a larger house on the same property, where everyone can spread out a bit.

At the beginning of each project, Jessica likes to start with the same questions: What’s the best design for the client? What’s the best design for the building or space? What will stand the test of time, stylistically and functionally? For any project, her goal is to ensure that the fundamental design and materials are classic, long lasting, and appropriate to the building and its period. Then she likes to layer on fresh, contemporary elements—such as lighting, furniture, and art—that feel just right for the clients and for the moment.

The design team was enchanted by everything that was original and meticulously kept the classical architecture of the home intact. The aim was to add to it by dusting off the vintage furniture collection, an Aladdin’s cave of mid-century modern chairs, belonging to the owners of the property, Greg and Sandra Cost. But it was Sandra’s love of glamour that inspired so many of the luxe finishes in the house.

Listed on the National Register of Historic American Places, the 1885 house had its restrictions. There was no random pulling down of walls or taking out of windows, but that wasn’t high on Helgerson’s list anyway.

The kitchen was where the most change took place. Previously updated in the 1980’s, the daffodil yellow cabinetry required a thorough going over. There were some intense structural changes needed to open it up, a new ceiling beam and footings in the basement. JHID replaced the ceiling with the original tin-pressed ceiling and took up the flooring. Noticing the rest of the house had original timber floors with their own inlay border detail, they implemented the same in the kitchen, linking it back into the fabric and history of the rest of the house.

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They were unable to remove the old fireplace in the breakfast nook, but as it turned out, it became one of the elements that Helgerson found most attractive about the room. A secret door was put into the kitchen cabinetry by the builder to access a pantry, and any windows pulled out from the area were meticulously replaced and replicated.

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OUR APPROACH is flexible and responsive. We work with some clients who have a strong vision and we help them achieve it. Others are less sure and we guide them through the design process, helping them to formulate their own aesthetic as we go.

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OUR MISSION is to create thoughtful, beautiful interiors that meet our clients’ aesthetic, functional, and economic goals while honoring and celebrating the buildings that contain them.

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This was definitely a very client-driven project. Our client was an artist / art director and the house had previously been occupied by an artist. Between respecting and preserving some of the history of the house, plus creating a home that felt right for the clients there was a pretty clear road map as to how to proceed.

Today’s project is a thorough remodel of a mid-century house in Portland, originally designed in the 1950’s by architect William Fletcher. The current owners bought the house from an artist, which became the platform on which the designers built the concept for the project – being mindful of the existing style of the house as well as preserving the playful eye of it’s previous occupants.

Stephen was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. After receiving a B.A. in marketing from the University of Memphis, the humidity finally drove him out of the South to teach ESL in Korea and Spain. He decided to move to the Pacific coast after hearing about the food and culture of Portland, and he received a post-baccalaureate degree in accounting from Portland State University. When he is not at JHID, Stephen spends his time biking, cooking, and exploring our beautiful city.

There’s no question they’ve employed a bold colour palette in this traditional home. Bright, bold colours grab your attention through the artwork, the furniture selection and the choice of lighting. “Our colour palette consists of rich jewel tones and an unlikely pale lavender that wound up being the perfect pairing with the existing warm woodwork,” said Helgerson.

They were unable to remove the old fireplace in the breakfast nook, but as it turned out, it became one of the elements that Helgerson found most attractive about the room.

WE ARE BASED IN PORTLAND, OREGON but we are currently working on projects in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other cities in the US. We enjoy the diversity and learning opportunities offered by working in communities other than our own.

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Fluent in French and Italian, she has lived and worked in Italy, Switzerland, and France. Her life in Europe and her travels in India, Mexico, Morocco, and the Far East have strongly influenced her work.

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Andra Padilla has been drawn to the intricacy of design and fabrication since early childhood. Following her passion, she attended the University of Texas School of Architecture where she received a bachelor of science degree in interior design. Her experiences interning in Austin and San Francisco, as well as her time spent studying abroad throughout Europe, have greatly shaped her view of architecture/design and their relationship to culture, religion, and community. Andra has now made Portland her new home, where she plans to continue her love for hands-on construction through woodworking, ceramics, and welding.

Originally from Ohio, Chelsie studied Interior Design at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. During school she interned in Nashville, Cincinnati, and Boulder and studied abroad in Copenhagen where she fell in love with Scandinavian design aesthetic and principals. After graduating in 2008, Chelsie temporarily shifted her path away from design and volunteered at AmeriCorps. She spent a season living and working at Arches National Park in Utah before eventually finding her way to Portland in 2009. Prior to joining JHID, Chelsie spent six months at Skylab Architecture where she worked on a number of projects including the renovation of the W Hotel in Seattle.

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OUR PERSPECTIVE is informed by a respect for historical architecture coupled with an appreciation of the playfulness and  brightness of modern design.

The 1885 house is listed on the National Register of Historic American Places and had its restrictions. There was no random pulling down of walls or taking out of windows, but that wasn’t high on Helgerson’s list anyway.

The design team was delighted by everything that was original and meticulously preserved the classical structure of the home. The intention was to add to it by dusting off the vintage furniture collection, an Aladdin’s cave of mid-century modern chairs, belonging to the owners of the property, Greg and Sandra Cost. But it was Sandra’s love of glamour that inspired so many of the luxury finishes in the house.

Em Shephard first discovered her passions for design and travel touring across Asia with her 78-year-old grandmother when she was 12. Since then, she has studied in Europe, taught English in Argentina, eloped in India, and travelled throughout SE Asia and Central and South America. Along the way, she has fed her design aesthetic with the cultures, perspectives, landscapes, architectures, and inspirations of her travels. She earned a Bachelors in World Religions from Colorado College, and went on to receive a BFA in Interior Architecture and Design from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She then spent three years at Kelly Wearstler, Inc. in LA where she managed design projects for 5-star hotels (including the Viceroy brand), high-end residential, and boutique retail. She worked on new construction and renovation projects, while gaining extensive experience with custom designs—from rugs and lighting to furniture and millwork. Tiring of the clichéd LA traffic and smog, and looking for a community to compliment her sustainable design perspective, Em and her husband moved to Portland where she joined JHID. She has fallen in love with the city, and surrounding area, and spends her weekends hiking, camping, and indulging in Portland’s renowned food and wine culture.

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+ What was your design inspiration for this project – i.e was it a result of client’s brief, a particular concept or an idea etc?’

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OUR EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE applies to all types of projects: on smaller residential and renovation work we can produce the drawings necessary for permitting and construction, on larger commercial and new-construction projects we focus on the interiors and work in tandem with architectural and engineering teams.

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Jessica Helgerson has more than fifteen years experience designing residential and commercial interiors. Though her interiors are typically clean and uncluttered, she is comfortable working in a variety of styles, guided by her clients’ individual needs and tastes. Her design process is pragmatic (how should the space be laid out to flow and function well?) as well as creative/conceptual (what idea or feeling will ground and focus the design?).

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