Should you become a global architect?

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Should you become a global architect?

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Should you become a global architect?

If you want to be a ‘global architect’, to chase award-winning projects and work side by side with inspiring people, you have to be proactive and flexible. Opportunity exists everywhere and once you know what you want, you can and should choose your seat.

Globalisation has brought with it many things: the ability to travel, to recognise familiarity in any city, and, most importantly for us, to create trans-continental opportunity in design. It has created a platform for young professionals that no other generation has been fortunate enough to encounter at this scale. If you want to be a ‘global architect’, to chase the award-winning projects, to work side by side with inspiring people, to learn from them and be amongst those at the top of their game, you have to be proactive and seek these people out; in essence, you have to be willing to be mobile…

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  1. Reminds me of the old saying about politicians: wanting to be one should automatically disqualify you from the job.

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