JESSICA HELGERSON’S MISSION is to create thoughtful, beautiful interiors that meet their clients’ aesthetic, functional, and economic goals while honouring and celebrating the buildings that contain them.
Much like here at Humphrey Munson, JHID like to work directly with clients and with the existing architecture and history of the property. They have worked on a variety of residential properties; from the local Pearl District loft and a Tudor House in the Pacific Northwest, a Coast House in Santa Barbara and even a 1901 Park Slope Limestone in Brooklyn NYC. Despite being based in Portland, they are currently working on projects in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
And it’s not just the beautiful and striking residential properties that JHID will travel far and wide for, they are also proud owners of a rather impressive commercial portfolio. Including Stumptown’s first Brooklyn cafe in a historic Cobble Hill Firehouse, an abandoned building in San Francisco’s prestigious Nob Hill neighborhood to the restaturant Del Popolo and a personal favourite, a luxurious private office in an 1870s historic gothic revival building in downtown Portland.
To take a look at this projects, and many more, check out Jessica Helgerson’s website and online portfolio here. Or if you find yourself in Portland, pop in, with a gallery in buildings entrance, there is always something to see.
Images: Aaron Leitz, Lincoln Barbour, Matthew Williams