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Christopher Young AIA, NCARB

Christopher Young received a Master Degree in Architecture from the Harvard University, Graduate School of Design.

Skidmore Owings and Merrill Fellow, he was also a recipient of an Australian fellowship for study of architecture at the Queensland Institute of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

The Massachusetts Artists Foundation awarded Mr. Young a first place prize in Architecture, and he received a John Worthington Ames Scholarship, for excellence in design. His award winning work has been shown at numerous galleries and architectural exhibits, and has been published in national architectural journals, as well as the major newspapers in Boston, San Francisco, Puerto Rico and México DF.  His residential design has received a gold award from HUD and Professional Builder.

As a member of the Boston Architectural College, Board of Directors, and co-founder  of the Boston Architectural College’s Interior Design Program, Mr. Young held the position as architect on the Boston Public Facilities Design Review Committee. He helped establish the City of Boston, Neighborhood Facade Rehabilitation Program, and lead the team designing the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Strategic Master Plan for its 263 public parks.

As a senior faculty member at the Boston Architectural College, Mr. Young taught core design studios and courses in technology. He was selected as a faculty member for Harvard University’s Career Discovery Program, and he has been a visiting critic at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the California College of Arts and Crafts and the University of California at Berkeley.

Chris is licensed to practice architecture in California, Florida and Puerto Rico and is a member of NCARB