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Here’s my photos. All of these pictures came from my Instagram feed: YoungArchitxPDX Checkout the past months May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016

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Here’s my photos. All of these pictures came from my Instagram feed: YoungArchitxPDX Feel free to add me.       Checkout the past months

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News from Young Architect Greetings! This is Michael Riscica. Before I start discussing NCARB and ARE 5.0, I need to talk about Young Architect. After

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Welcome Back, Everyone! I hope you had a wonderful summer. After having some time off, one of my favorite things was always getting back to

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Here’s my photos. All of these pictures came from my Instagram feed: YoungArchitxPD   Checkout the past months March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 Twenty

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Part III / Producing Your Epic Portfolio Michael LaValley This article is the third entry in a special three-part series entitled, ‘The Definitive Guide to

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Here’s my photos. All of these pictures came from my Instagram feed: YoungArchitxPDX Feel free to add me.   Checkout the past months February 2016

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Part II / Developing Your Content Strategy Michael LaValley This article is the second entry in a special three-part series entitled, ‘The Definitive Guide to

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Part I / Finding Your Purpose By Michael LaValley This article is the first entry in a special three-part series entitled, ‘The Definitive Guide to

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I’m not an Architect; I’m a Licensed Architect. I graduated from architecture school, completed several years of internship hours and paperwork, and passed 7 brutal

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Becoming an Architect It’s no secret that the process of becoming an Architect is long, complicated, expensive, and dare I say it… sometimes even exclusive.

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Generational Gaps Architecture for Young Architect

By Luke Arehart There is a Grand Canyon-esque divide that exists between the baby boomer and millennial generations. The Great Recession in the late 2000’s

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