A specific question... but appreciate any insight. I'm a US citizen with an accredited B. Architecture, so I'm eligible to take the AREs. After graduating, however, due to some Wanderlust I decided to go to graduate school in Germany, and after getting my M.Sc. Architecture I'm currently working here in Germany.
As I appreciate the community, social systems, etc. I plan on staying here for at least a year, but I don't want to lose my career roots back in the US. However, obviously I'm working on German projects, and nothing I'm doing is really marketable for practicing in the US (besides the novelty). Are there possibilities for US licensed (or in progress) architects to, I guess, remain relevant whilst working in Europe? What comes to mind is international firms, i.e. German firms with US projects, or working for the US department of state for, like, embassy projects. Thoughts?
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