"All design has an effect on the human experience, although the effect is not always what the designers intended. Good design is that which allows unintended or unexpected experiences to happen and be positive."
Since graduating with his Master of Architecture degree in 1994, Chris has worked as architect and now Project Manager. During that time he has developed expertise with hospitality, multi-family housing and military design-build construction projects throughout the southwest region of the United States. He provides team leadership for all project phases including design, code analysis, contract documents and construction administration.
"As an architect, some of the best advice I ever received was to set aside personal bias and preferences and really listen to the client. Conversely, I would advise clients to listen to the advice from the professionals whom you're paying."