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EA306: How a New York Farm Boy Built a Firm that Can Move Rivers with Landscape Architect Michael Van Valkenburgh
17th January 2020 • EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage • EntreArchitect // Gābl Media
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How a New York Farm Boy Built a Firm that Can Move Rivers

As small firm architects, we’re acutely aware that if you’re lucky enough, your passion can be a successful career. How can young architects find their place? What can you do to set yourself up to truly love your job every day?

This week on EntreArchitect podcast, How a New York Farm Boy Built a Firm that Can Move Rivers with Landscape Architect Michael Van Valkenburgh.

Learn more about Michael at MVVAinc.com or follow him on Facebook & Instagram.

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Resources

Designing a Garden: Monk’s Garden at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Hardcover by Michael Van Valkenburgh [book]

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