Turning points: Problems, solutions, and the serendipity of design: A BSA Event
Date and Time: April 11, 2017, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Featuring: Turning points: Problems, solutions, and the serendipity of design
Session Speaker: Christina Galvez, Design Strategist, Continuum
The spring issue of ArchitectureBoston magazine, Eureka!, celebrates the problem-solving power of design. Come join a fast-paced evening of PechaKucha-style presentations and networking, featuring magazine contributors and others who are leveraging design solutions through their work. Drinks will be provided.
Sam Batchelor AIA, partner, designLAB architects
Paula Buick, director of health sciences planning, NBBJ
David Dixon FAIA, senior principal, Urban Places Group, Stantec
Deborah Fennick AIA, design principal, Fennick McCredie Architecture
Kordae Henry, design associate, MASS Design Group
Charles Klee AIA, principal, Payette
Kaki Martin ASLA, founding principal, Klopfer Martin Design Group
Monica Tibbits-Nutt, executive director, 128 Business Council
Christina Galvez, design strategist, Continuum
- Christina GalvezDesign Strategist
Christina is deeply interested in possible futures through the observation and understanding of what people really do today. She believes in collaboration, logic, empathy, and strategy as the backbone of new, compelling, and valuable ideas.
Christina has applied this approach for a diverse collection of product and experience designs for clients such as L.G. Electronics, Cartier, and The Office of Communications of The Governor of Rhode Island. Before joining Continuum, Christina was a designer at Geremia in San Francisco, where she helped startup companies like Figma and Metromile build culture through their built corporate environments.
Christina earned a BA in theatre from Middlebury College and a masters in industrial design from The Rhode Island School of Design.