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AdamBam

Great post - as a recent arrival here in PDX, this blog has been one of my favorite online finds thus far. I find myself enjoying the city's architectural character more & more, and you captured the essence of it for me:

"Portland's design genius has never been in its tallest towers anyway, but in the fabric of modest buildings that add up, with our emphasis on pedestrians and mass transit, to something greater than the some of its parts."

Thanks!

-Adam

Justin Wells

Yeah, that Oshatz tower would have made a statement, alright:

http://www.oshatz.com/text/brighttower.htm

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