Christopher has a great sense of composition and a knack for visual story-telling. Passionate about the environment, he strives to create spaces that capture earth’s beauty while being mindful of her limited resources. He sees architecture as a dance between space and time, one informing the other.
Having first interned with WRNS during graduate school, Christopher returned to WRNS Studio in 2019. Today, he is nurturing his interest in furniture and product design, bridging the day-to-day experience with a building’s overall sense of place. Additionally, he helps design teams with BIM modeling, schematics and construction drawings, as well as with LEED, WELL and LBC certifications. An avid learner, he adopts new programs and techniques with enthusiasm, and willingly shares his knowledge with others. Teaching has been a common thread throughout his matriculation. He’s taught English in Taipei, architecture classes in Buffalo, and lectured about energy and the environment at Berkeley. Throughout his coursework, he honed his design and model making skills, working on some high profile projects including the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and Aspen Ideas Festival.
Christopher received his Master of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University at Buffalo, where he won several design awards. He’s fluent in English, proficient in Mandarin, and likes to volunteer his free time to community outreach programs.