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She has extensive professional experience in Australia and south east Asia having led many multi-award winning projects for both public and private clients.
Her ability to successfully move between various typologies allows her to operate across a wide span of projects, including educational, museums, performing arts complexes, residential and commercial.
Highly-respected within the profession, she continues her involvement in education through her role as guest Chapter one art and visual culture, juror and tutor at various Universities and institutions as well as championing gender equality in Architecture.
Library Architecture Christina Cho Christina is a third generation architect. Born in Seoul and raised in Brisbane. She has been fortunate to have lived on the cross roads of two unique and wonderful societies.
She is passionate about public engagement and focuses on creating opportunities to spread creative, cultural and collaborative dialogue. Christina is honoured to have recently been featured alongside her Archi-heroes in the book Chasing the Sky: Christina was co-organiser of PechaKucha Night Brisbane and over the last 10 years curated over 50 events providing a platform for over creatives from diverse backgrounds to learn, share, exchange ideas and collectively contribute to the creative culture of Brisbane.
Christina studied architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and University of Queensland graduating as Valedictorian with first class honours.
Her side projects include explorations into ways in which to trigger human conversations and interactions to bring public space to life. This work enriches her interest and ability in creating interactive public spaces as well as look at city scale projects with much more considered solutions.
Abbie has worked for over 25 years on public, educational, health, research and workplace projects that have been highly awarded, published and recognised internationally for bringing fresh approaches to common project types.
Abbie is a firm believer that building typologies benefit enormously from exposure to other sectors, that experts in their field always have something to learn from the amateurs and that the core of innovation comes from cross disciplinary expertise.
Abbie is passionate about the public domain, and the ability of architecture and our built environment to positively affect human behaviour, the way people interact, and the manner in which institutions and organisations operate.
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Her research on the relationship between architecture and art has considered mid-twentieth century practices concerned with a synthesis of the arts, civic form and monumentality, and the competition to design the Centre Pompidou.
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