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Does anyone know who designed Tigard City Hall? To my eye it's very postmodern, with its square fenestration, glass gables, and pastels that bring to mind the work of Michael Graves and Charles Moore's Piazza Italia. That first photo reminds me of Portland Public Schools' Blachard Building.

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