Fritz Jünker Design + Remodeling is a fully-integrated architecture, interior design, and general contracting firm serving the Portland, Oregon metro area. We specialize in high-rise condominium renovations, and offer a full range of related services including 3-D project modeling
. We are a small, specialized company with exceptional customer service and consistently satisfied clients. We strive to incorporate sustainable practices into our projects and business.
Fritz Jünker has owned and operated this company in Portland since 2007. His local work has been featured on the cover of Oregon Home and nationally in Dwell Magazine. Prior to moving to Portland, in 2004 he founded the non-profit Greater Des Moines Music Coalition, and authored the founding ordinance for Des Moines, Iowa's first live music commission. Through this public-private partnership, he created a civic/regional music festival named "80-35", which is now in it's 10th year and boasts attendance of over 50,000 music fans each Summer. In 2005, Fritz was appointed by then Governor Tom Vilsack to serve a term on the Iowa Arts Council, and was praised by renowned creative class economics theorist Richard Florida for his forward-looking contributions to the state of Iowa. In 2000, he financed and produced a 35mm entry for the 2002 Sundance Film Festival as an invitee of the Sundance Producer's Institute. He was a series producer for Iowa Public Television & PBS, and graduated with an honors degree in Liberal Studies from Iowa State University in 1998. Fritz pursued a Masters Certificate in Real Estate Development from Portland State University upon moving to Portland. He has studied, worked, and lived in South America and Africa, and is an avid cross-continental adventure motorcyclist, traversing South America in 2013.