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Portland Design Blogs
Portland blogger Michael Riscica shares his passion about architecture and fostering a love of learning. His blog aims to inspire, educate, and assist architects and aspiring architects in their professional journey.
Talkitect.com is an online magazine dedicated to the discussion of contemporary international architecture, art, and design. The site presents articles critiquing new designs and showcasing research on contemporary issues in the design world.
“Photography is a magic thing!” wrote Jacques Henri Lartigue, when he was seven years old. David McCarthy has been looking for the “magic thing” ever since he opened his Kodak Brownie when he was seven years old, to see what was inside, and exposed half a roll of film!
For buyers and sellers of real estate who understand the benefits of considered and well designed space, portlandmodern is an experienced full service real estate brokerage that recognizes good design is an investment requiring time, money and resources. They advocate such an investment should be acknowledged in the market place and included in the value of a property.
The blog of Tazmine Khatri Loomans (you can call her Taz) – Portland, Oregon-based architect, writer and advocate for sustainable building practices and community-oriented design. In her blog, Taz offers you news and musings about sustainability, urbanism and architecture.
Places Over Time proposes a shift in ideology, an ideology that real sustainability takes time, that great places are made to last, great places are made of numerous smaller places, and most importantly: no single person can do it all. Places over time achieve greatness.
Built Blocks is a podcast and blog that explores questions relating to builders, designers, developers, urban design, and the built environment. “Look for developer interviews, project profiles, preservation news, and stories about how to make neighborhoods and our main streets a better place.”
Portland Design Organizations
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