Christopher is an effusive designer who likes to explore and stretch the possibilities of architecture. He appreciates the honest expression of materials and approaches work with meticulous precision and attention to detail. As a three-dimensional thinker, he uncovers a project’s potential by rapidly hand-sketching concepts and working out details through technical drawings, constantly communicating with clients, consultants, and end-users.
He joined WRNS Studio in 2019 with in-depth experience in mixed-use and multi-housing developments, as well as hospitality and healthcare. He’s worked on award-winning projects and won several competitions, demonstrating his ability to solve complex problems within a set limitation. Whether he’s developing schematic designs, site planning, or overseeing construction documents, he brings a certain artistic sensibility that takes into consideration the big picture as well as the minutia.
Christopher earned his Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Sports Science from the University of San Francisco and his Master of Architecture from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where he was a valedictorian nominee. Once a competitive swimmer and swim coach, he now experiences the physicality of movement and the human form by drawing it. He spends free time with his family and enjoys traveling to Japan and Italy.