Christina Yessios completed her Bachelor of Architecture (2006) at The Cooper Union where she received the George Ludlow Annual Thesis Prize. She completed a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design where she received the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. She is a licensed architect practicing in New York with over 12 years professional experience. This includes working as an associate with Steven Holl Architects (SHA) where she was Project Architect for Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts Music Building as well as working on a range of other projects including the VCU Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Iowa Visual Arts Building and the Biarritz Cite du Surf et de L’Ocean. She continues to work as a consultant for SHA and is currently Project Architect for the Institute for Advanced Study’s Rubenstein Commons. She has also worked with RUR Architecture and SPARCH in Athens, Greece. Since 2013 she has practiced independently completing a jewelry shop in Greenwich Village, residences in the East Village and currently working on residences in Brooklyn. Her student work has been exhibited in the Venice Biennale, and published in Architect’s Draw: Freehand Fundamentals and the GSD’s Studio Works.