Her work has spanned typologies from single-family to multifamily residences, hospitals, labs, museums, innovative workplaces, hospitality and food service, to retail, exhibits, furniture, and graphics for various organizations. Her inspiration comes from exploring the particularities of a place, client, material, or technology. She thrives in the rich in-between spaces of disciplines -- structures & architecture, landscape & furniture, graphics & interiors, etc. Her work explores design's ability to catalyze new types of interactions between people & communities. She has lectured on Green R&D at Harvard and served as a critic at Parsons, Stanford, Harvard, & the California College of the Arts. She has been a Senior Lecturer at the CCA, teaching Integrated Building Systems.
Christina took courses at the California Culinary Academy & worked as a stagiaire at Tartine Bakery. She enjoys running, cooking, gardening, playing the piano, and working on furniture projects with her husband. She serves as Design & Innovation Chair of the Stanford Club of SF.