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Like Brian said, this will hopefully really be an outlet for relatiing architecture back to Portland. Plans like these can often, leave many promises empty. This center will take more than the AIA to function. I beleive that young architects and designers as well as existing professionals must both involve themselves deeply if anything is to actually come of this. Portland has a blossoming scene and our city is internationally reknowned, but the lack of connection with architecture to the public at the lowest levels is unfortunate because we have much to offer. I encourage everyone reading this to show up with ideas and thoughts about our role in the city and how we can make Portland's future built environment more connected. If you're reading this, what kind of ideas do you have, or better yet what can you see this space doing for Portland?

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