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though it may NOT seem apparent in the interview as it seems to have a portland bent to it. The two designers certainly seem to take a different approach to design. where brad takes a big picture look at solutions. tom kundig seems to take a a more detailed objective to his specific solutions with his clients and site. cloepfil seems to take a more love it or hate it approach without apology. certainly time will prove the value of each as a prophet of architecture and sense of time, but the kundig approach seems less egocentric.

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