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Michael Christoff

Architecture, Vocon in Cleveland

The Ones that Got Away

PRESENTED ON AUG 19, 2016
IN CLEVELAND @ VOL 29

Michael Christoff is an Architect who has spent the past 14 years working on projects that have shaped him into the person that he is today. But not all of these projects came to fruition and he strongly believes that even the projects that don’t get built matter. This is a talk about how he believes we can learn from “The ones who got away”. 

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