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12June 2021

Using Color and Contrast to Help Dementia Patients

By Briana Manfrass, Associate Principal and Interior Designer at Pinnacle Architecture, Inc. Color and Contrast in Senior Living An estimated 6.2 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer's dementia in 2021. Their [...]

24May 2021

PINNACLE PEOPLE: Featuring Ryan Cain

Ryan Cain is truly dedicated to making the world a better place. He values community projects, gives back through volunteerism, is a great teacher and coworker, and raises a little human with the same morals. [...]

24May 2021

Integrating Culture in Architecture Through Art

Thursday, May 13, 2021, marked a monumental moment. The CDC announced vaccinated people could be mask-free in many situations and Pinnacle’s newest affordable housing project, Colonia Paz, broke ground in Lebanon. With a fully vaccinated [...]

25March 2021

2021 Promotions and New Ownership

2020 was a challenging year, and these two staff members thrived. Shaun continued to study and passed his final test to become a licensed Oregon architect. Mallory engaged in every project in the office in [...]

22February 2021

Cell Phone List

Pinnacle is making a switch to a new phone system on Monday, February 22. Our main phone number and extensions are not changing. If something goes awry during the switch, here is a list of [...]

4February 2021

Designing Through a Trauma-Informed Lens

(Originally printed in Cascade Business News | Image designed by FreePik) By Briana Manfrass, Associate Principal, Interior Designer More than 60 percent of adults in the U.S. have experienced trauma in their past. There are [...]

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