Portland!! DESIGN WEEK IS HERE! Can you believe it? Have you got your schedules all plugged in yet? If you haven’t get right to it! Opening Party is THIS Saturday and I really hope to see you there! Otherwise hit up the FaceBook group for meet ups and group Open House tours. There’s sooo many events it’s insane. That Google event at Instrument looks super juicy and Kate Bingaman-Burt is opening up her new office space for the very first time! It’s going to be AMAZING. If you haven’t yet signed up, check out designweekportland.com to get the scoop. There’s still lots of seats available! See you all around town!!
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