#AIACon17 in Orlando

Sights From PIVOT at the Annual AIA Conference


Welcome to Our New Website!

PIVOT Architecture’s website has a new look and we’re excited about it!

We’ve tried to bring a fresh new approach to highlight our Projects and give you a glimpse of the People who bring those projects to life. The new site is fully custom and uses big, bold photos and is mobile friendly. The Contact page features sketches by retired Principal Eric Gunderson loosely inspired by the EAMS film “Powers of Ten” by notable designers Charles and Ray Eames.

Give the new site a spin, kick the tires, and check out some of the features. Many people really liked our old site, but frankly it just couldn’t keep up with the changing technology.

We’ve worked long and hard to bring a fresh new style and we hope you like what you see. Thanks for visiting and check back again and again. We’re just getting started!


PIVOT Honored as Bold Steps Winner

Thank you to former Mayor Kitty Piercy, new Mayor Lucy Vinis, the City of Eugene Government and BRING for the honor of being the Bold Steps winner. We are so fortunate to have the leadership of the city value a more sustainable community for all. They have taken Bold Steps for a better future! We are honored to be recognized along with the other finalists and previous winners. We look forward to building on the qualities of our firm that are acknowledged by this award! Watch the PIVOT videos for 2017 and 2016.


Karen Williams Honored with 20 Under 40 Award

Karen Williams, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, was honored as one of the up-and-coming leaders in the Eugene/Springfield area with a 20 Under 40 Award by the Register-Guard.

She has been active in the Southwestern Oregon chapter of the American Institute of Architects and an adjunct professor at the University of Oregon. She has been instrumental in the design and construction of Howard Elementary and River Road Elementary. In 2014, Karen was honored as the Young Architect of the Year by the American Institute of Architects.

For the 20 Under 40 Award, she was nominated by Celeste Edman, chief executive officer of Lunar Logic.

Woo hooo! Way to go Karen!