Christina Reggio has worked through all aspects of design and enjoys drilling down to the smallest details regardless of phase. Her careful attention makes her an asset during construction documentation and administration. She also enjoys preliminary planning.
A natural team player, Christina collaborates and communicates well with others. Her ability to foster compromise and cooperation helps her teams meet goals quickly and efficiently. Her CLA involvement includes maintenance of the office library, coordination of vendor technical education programming, and collaboration on office graphics, including the wall-size map graphics in the reception area.
During her time at Philadelphia University, Christina studied abroad in Rome, Italy, and designed a sustainable project featured at the “Green, Urban, and Glocal” Exhibition at Philadelphia’s Center for Architecture and the Academy of Natural Sciences. Like the “glocal” term of the exhibit, Christina believes it is important to design for the local context while thinking of global repercussions and impact.
Christina participates as a volunteer mentor on the CLA ACE Mentor Program team. She enjoys exploring her Fairmount neighborhood and the rest of the city, biking, running, fitness, and sketching. She is currently studying for the Architectural Registration Exam.
Christina holds a B.Arch from Philadelphia University. She joined CLA in 2013.