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Tuesday 08.25.09

« Chris Johanson and Jo Jackson mural in North Portland | Main | Last Thursday Alleys »

Tuesday Links

The New York Times considers why New York is not producing the best architectural minds anymore and blames suburbanization + high rents.

It looks like Portland will be getting the world's greenest large building.

Here is a hilarous review of a critique of the art industrial complex.

Posted by Jeff Jahn on August 25, 2009 at 9:08 | Comments (0)


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