Jessë Valentine Portz Environmental Architect, Designer, Artist, Web Design, UX/UI+1-415-938-6845
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Big Island Home Design, Puna, Hawaii
Big Island Home Design, Puna, Hawaii

Country Home on the Big Island, Puna, Hawaii Program for this big island home is a small house for an individual retiree with occasional visitors. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with studio ohana unit below main level. Owner Requirements Include: Open plan Sustainable “green” design Master suite on main level Guest room in loft Electric power, […]

Sustainable Architect
Sustainable Architect

Jessë Valentine Portz is a registered architect in California and Hawaii. Specializing in progressive architectural design focused on healing the environment with green construction and living buildings is her way of improving the landscape for everyone to enjoy.

3D Printing Buildings – Video
3D Printing Buildings - Video

3D Printing Buildings on Architecture and Design with Valentine In the launch of this series “Architecture and Design with Valentine” about the future and possibilities of architecture and design, we discuss the upcoming arrival of 3D printing technology for use on the building scale and what it could mean for our landscape, cities, and neighborhoods. This […]

Yoga Studio, Ongoing
Yoga Studio, Ongoing

Yoga studio on the first floor with a writer’s retreat above. Planned using the Golden Ratio to imbue the occupants with peace and tranquility.

Email Interview of Jessë Valentine Portz, About Being An Architect
Email Interview of Jessë Valentine Portz, About Being An Architect

Email Interview of Jessë Valentine Portz, Architect by Riley Shiraishi Monday, October 17, 2011 RS: 1. How long have you been working in your trade? JVP: I studied architecture for 6 years before graduating. I have been working in architecture for about 20 years. RS: 2. What do you enjoy about your job? JVP: I enjoy taking many requirements […]

Spacecraft Design
Spacecraft Design

In spacecrafting, we seek to design habitations that go beyond the typical requirements people associate with buildings. In seeking to design spacecraft, we design a dwelling or space habitation, that is a complete system. Rather than create a building that occupies land, we create a building that is symbiotic with the landscape around it.