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|Thursday, September 16, 2010|
Designers of Lake Oswego-based urban architecture firm Otak have brought their sustainability credentials to the Middle East.
Ben Bortolazzo and Martin Glastra van Loon of Otak model their designs for the United Arab Emirates after Northwest cities such as Portland and Vancouver B.C.
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