In this season finale of “Emerging,” the Level team revisit the highs and lows of starting an architecture firm. They reflect on their first year as a firm, evaluate their performance, and discuss the lessons learned during their first annual end-of-year charette (company retreat).

The team also shares an insightful conversation with Nader Tehrani, Principal and Founder of NADAAA, a Boston-based architecture and urban design firm dedicated to bridging design disciplines; from landscape to urbanism, architecture to interiors, and industrial design to furniture. Nader highlights the evolution of his career and firm and shares advice for Level and other emerging architecture firms.

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