The Society of Arts and Crafts
Christine is a principal and senior design architect with over 20 years of experience collaborating across the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning. Christine’s practice centers on working with mission-based clients in the cultural, educational, and civic realms.
Driven by a background in the visual arts, Christine has a keen focus on how design plays a powerful role in sensory and social human experiences. Her commitment to design excellence is supported by ongoing design and construction research in digital fabrication and material applications. Christine has a passion for working within urban communities, nonprofits and institutions on design strategies that serve the common good through social equity, economic diversity, education, technology, and sustainability.
Christine is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Urban Land Institute, the Boston Society of Architects Board of Directors and the Hideo Sasaki Foundation Board of Directors.
New York, NY
Fall River, MA
The [G]Code House, located in Roxbury’s historic Garrison Trotter neighborhood, is a pilot program for young women of color that provides a positive, safe environment in which to live and learn
Beyond structural integrity, terra cotta offers several unique benefits for use: it is more environmentally friendly than concrete, can be set in many forms, and can be glazed to take on any appearance. A team embarks on material exploration
"Great cities have a great park." Creating a special public place out of underutilized, industrial land for the whole Lakeland, Florida community to enjoy