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2017 Year in Photos 2017: A Rough Start In January, we had a huge snowstorm—one of the biggest storms Portland had seen in years. Portland doesn’t own any shovels, plows, or salt
If one more person implies they hope 2017 is a better year, I’m going to puke. 2016 was an amazing year for me! I made a
Oh, it was an interesting year. It was a challenging year, but challenging in a very good way. As 2015 unfolded and took me down
Young Architect Friends, I recently moved my office into the newly renovated US Custom House in downtown Portland Oregon. This gorgeous newly renovated building has
This blogpost is part of Bob Borson #ArchiTalks 15 about with the theme “From The Architect’s Table”. At the bottom of this post are links
Here’s my photos. All of these pictures came from my Instagram feed: YoungArchitxPDX Feel free to add me. It was a pretty good year.
A few weeks ago when I was in New York City, I told my bestfriend Chuck that I was going to visit our dear friend
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Penn Station is one of the greatest architectural tragedy’s in America. One of America’s greatest and loved landmarks was thrown away and destroyed in an
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