August 20, 2019

STUGA was featured as one of Builders Magazine top 100 products! Features under the insulation, structural, and house wrap category— STUGA showcases its ability to be a product ready to be installed on your site.

August 06, 2019

The Ash Street ADU was featured on — an ADU consultant from California. Maxable came up to the Portland area for the ADU tour and interviewed our clients about the design and building process.

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June 22, 2019

Our Ash Street ADU was featured on the 6th annual Portland ADU Tour. It was a success with 400+ people coming through the recently completed 330 SF ADU.

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April 1, 2019

Studio Petretti has been selected as a finalist for DJC Oregon Top Projects for our AirBnB cafe!

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March 23, 2019

We were honored to be invited to Rebuild Malibu’s Re-Bu Live event to discuss innovative methods of rebuilding Malibu after extensive fire damage. STUGAliving was presented as a cost-effective and efficient rebuilding opportunity.

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February 18-21, 2019

STUGA made it to the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas! Potential clients and builders were able to tour the full-scale space to get the total STUGAliving experience.

February 1, 2019

Founder, Amanda Petretti was asked to be a panel member for “Portland Practices: A Conversation on Equity, Inclusion, and Action in Architecture” hosted by the University of Oregon in Portland. The event led to a productive discussion among students and professionals about the practice of architecture through the lens of equity and social responsibility.

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November 29, 2018:

STUGA is on the the move! Our modular ADU is being shown at the International Builders Show this year in Las Vegas. We are so excited for people to have the opportunity to walk through the space and experience the cozy atmoshphere. Pictures coming soon!

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October 19, 2018:

The Tubman middle school grand opening was a success! It was so great to see the community exploring the building for the first time. We cant say thank you enough to PPS and Mortenson Construction for working with us on the tight schedule. It was all worth it to see the parents and kids excited about the bright spaces, colorful walls, and fresh air!

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October 18, 2018:

We had an exciting tour of the Grant High School Modernization Project with Mahlum Architects and Anderson Construction today. We look forward to seeing how the students and community use this dynamic space for generations to come.

October 9, 2018:

The 9th was a busy day for Studio Petretti. In the morning, Amanda Petretti spoke at the DBIA breakfast alongside Mortenson Construction and Portland Public Schools about the recently completed Harriet Tubman Middle School Renovation. The discussion revolved around the success of the Design-Build project delivery. Later that same day the whole team attended the Architecture Foundation of Oregon Honored Citizen Dinner— honoring Ann & Mark Edlen.

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September 19, 2018:

The team toured the Multnomah County Courthouse site with Hoffman Construction. One last glimpse inside of Jefferson Station before demolition begins!

September 18, 2018:

We were featured, in the Portland Monthly Design Annual, as one of the go-to firms to design an ADU in the Portland area.

April 18, 2018:

We hosted a very successful Design Week event last night! We had a great time, the speakers were captivating, and we received wonderful feedback of folks feeling inspired.

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December 7, 2017:

Our Division Street ADU was featured as an Editor's Pick on Dwell. Check it out! 

November 16, 2017:

Our founder, Amanda Petretti, spoke at the "Designing for Change" lecture this evening at Ziba Auditorium with Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. The house was packed!

Image courtesy Timothy Niou.

Image courtesy Timothy Niou.