Umpqua Bank Flagship by Ditröen, Portland – Oregon

November 13th, 2015 by retail design blog

Ditröen creates storied spaces and site-specific installations. Our aim is tell a visual narrative about our subject’s DNA, pay homage to its surroundings and the community it resides in.

Working closely with architects John Chan and Christin Ban of McCall Design Group, Ditröen created a warm and inviting space designed to serve the needs of the client and the neighborhood.

Part hangout, part café, part bank; the space provides comfort and amenities to its neighbors whether they are customers or not. Comfortable seating, a small library and a full coffee and tea bar invites customers and neighbors alike to sit and stay a while.

Community conference rooms are available to neighbors free of charge. This is especially helpful in its downtown setting where space is limited. The entire retail space is also available for community events.

Ditröen created a narrative installation highlighting five stories from the neighborhood that exemplify its ethos.

Design: Ditröen
Photography: Aaron Leitz

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