The following article is a guest blog post from our dear friend Adam Denais, who is an active contributor to the NEXT Architects Facebook Group. He
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Dear Employer, You’re probably reading this because an Employee has told you about their desire to attend the Young Architect Conference, so I’ve created this
If NWA never took off, Ice Cube would have become and Architect.
This blog post was written by Young Architect’s Business Manager, Joanna La Bounty. Our recently updated Young Architect Job Board has been gaining a lot
If I Was In Charge… There’s a great Dr Suess Book called If I Ran The Zoo. It’s about a little boy who had some
Architecture in the Movies People ask me all the time who my favorite architect is… Which is a loaded question… Let’s be honest.
During the month of March 2018, Meghana Joshi posted on Twitter every day, about an amazing woman in the profession of architecture as part of
Coming Home I recently decided to return to the New York City area, where I grew up, so I could hang out with friends and
Moonlighting is a dirty word. Much of the architecture community frowns whenever someone says that awful word or jumps to the conclusion that moonlighting means:
As the Generations collide in the architecture profession, I sometimes feel the barriers of communication between the “young” (people born in the early 80’s and
Friends, I recently traded guest blog posts with my good friend CSI Cherise Lakeside, for her blog Let’sFixConstruction.com. Last week I published Cherise’s article on
The following article is from a dear friend my mine, Cherise Lakeside from the blog LetsFixConstruction.com. You can connect with Cherise on Twitter at @CheriseLakeside.
Everything Is Changing Oh, our profession is changing. Architecture is no longer the old man’s profession it once was. A lot of the baby boomers
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