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CSI  Cherise Lakeside is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. She was originally a guest back in the earliest days of the podcast.

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Michele Hottel   Although neither of her parents were in creative fields, Michele remembers having a creative upbringing. She enjoyed drawing and painting and took art

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Women Architects Collective | Joann Lui  Before Joann knew what architecture was or that architect was a possible career path for her, she wanted to

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Sarah Killingsworth  Sarah Killingsworth says that her interest in architecture grew out of an interest in art. She remembers always being a creative and artsy

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Marina Curac  Marina Curac didn’t know she wanted to be an architect early on. She grew up on a small island in Croatia, and while

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Midnight Charette | David Lee  David Lee is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. In his last appearance, he joined the podcast with

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Davis Design and Consulting | Ashley Bell Davis  Ashley Bell Davis remembers playing with Legos while she was growing up, and that’s one of the

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The Midnight Charette | Marina Bourderonnet  Marina Bourderonnet has been a guest on the Young Architect Podcast before. The last time she appeared in an

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Café with Monica | Monica Denais   Monica Denais is a returning guest to the Young Architect podcast. In her previous appearance, she joined the podcast

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Michael LaValley  Michael LaValley is a returning guest, but many things have changed since the last time he was on the podcast. Essentially, Michael began

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KB-Render | Kevin Bruno  Kevin Bruno is the son of an architect, so he grew up surrounded by architecture his whole life, and unsurprisingly, decided

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Overwhelmed when facing SIX challenging tests that make up the ARE 5.0?    Try Michael's method of breaking them down into smaller pieces.

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