Great article posted on Daily Journal of Commerce of Oregon:
POSTED: Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 03:42 PM PT BY: Nathalie Weinstein
In a 48-foot-by-10-foot storage unit several miles south of Portland, pieces of the city’s architectural history are waiting to be reassembled.
They belong to a house built in 1949 on a woodsy lot in Lake Oswego. The structure may be modest – it’s only 921 square feet – but its architect, the late Pietro Belluschi, is legendary in Portland.
Now, more than 60 years later, local builder Tim Mather of MCM Construction plans to reconstruct the house on Marylhurst University’s campus and unveil a Belluschi design that, until recently, few people knew existed.