Definition of Port Orford cedar in English:
A slender conifer with dense foliage and lower branches arising at ground level. Native to a small area of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon, it is widely grown for timber and as an ornamental with many cultivars. Also called Lawson cypress.
- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, family Cupressaceae
- Overhead, the ceiling is of Douglas fir heavy-timber construction, and between the beams are panels of Port Orford cedar exhibiting a hint of difference between the transparent rubbed stains of the frames and the central panels.
- Panels of pressed rye grass texture the ceiling, recycled glass appears in countertops, and salvaged Port Orford cedar beams are used as interior trim.