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thefuture

id like to see more stories of small offices getting out quality work despite the recession. specifically the ones not normally mentioned here. could make a nice series of posts?

this is good reason to finally go check out mississippi (type that 5 times fast) studios.

PD

Like I mentioned in a prior post, it was notable to see Vallaster Corl's project on Alberta. A neat project for sure, but more than anything I was suprised to see Vallaster take on something so small after doing larger projects like Jefferson, Block 90, Hawthorne, and others...perhaps a harbinger of things to come where we'll see a lot of smaller projects coming from larger, more high profile firms during this "Great Recession".

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