EKENA – The name Ekena means “love”, and its a perfect name for this home-building project.
The EKENEHAL HOME DESTINY PROJECT, which is located in a residential area of the city of Portland, Oregon, will provide a new, modern, modern house that’s both modern and stylish.
The project is part of a larger urban development called the “Ekeneha” project, which was developed to address the needs of the growing population of Portlanders and the increasing population of homeless people in the city.
The home is planned to be fully equipped and furnished.
In the future, the owner plans to add a full-size kitchen, bathroom and laundry facility.
The entire home will be equipped with modern, energy-efficient, energy efficient appliances and features a heated roof.
The design of the home is inspired by a traditional Scandinavian architecture, with modern and contemporary materials that emphasize energy efficiency.
The home will also feature a large living room and a small kitchenette, which will be accessible to guests in the event of emergency.
The owner is a native of Stockholm, Sweden, and the project has been completed over the last year.
“It was very difficult to find a home for the project that was completely modern and modern in terms of design and the materials,” said EKENA’s owner, Ekena Millwork.
“We wanted to create a home that was beautiful, warm, clean and modern.
We wanted it to feel like you’re coming home from a vacation, not from a business trip.
The architect of the project is Kristin Sørensen, who is also an architect with Guggenheim.
Her firm, Sørnes Architects, has designed more than 40 buildings in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Germany.”
Sørnsen added that the project team has been inspired by the work of the Danish architecture company, Gugens Midsøren. “
The materials of the house are the same materials that we use for the rest of our projects.”
Sørnsen added that the project team has been inspired by the work of the Danish architecture company, Gugens Midsøren.
She added that it was also important for the home to be “an extension of the family”.
Sørens Architects has a track record of building sustainable buildings that are environmentally friendly, and EKEMAHAL was designed with the team in mind.
“I think it was very important to have an organic look and feel to the home,” she said.