Architect | FORMATIVE architecture
Christine Williams is a licensed New Mexico Architect currently working alongside the talented team at Formative Architecture. She is an Albuquerque native and University of New Mexico graduate. Over the course of her professional career she has assisted in the design and construction of numerous, award winning, educational, and commercial projects across the state. She spent the last seven years as a Project Architect (three as an Intern Architect) with the award-winning firm, Baker Architecture + Design. While there, she managed the design and construction of multiple community and humanitarian driven projects including the Bernalillo County Tiny Home Village which completed construction in January of 2021. Christine is also an educator, teaching Autodesk Revit at the UNM School of Architecture and Planning. With her Master's Degree in Architecture she also received a Graduate Certificate in Preservation and Regionalism from UNM and is very interested in adaptive re-use and restoration projects. In her free time Christine enjoys traveling, painting, and reading as well as volunteering her time to Women in Design: New Mexico of which she a former Board Member and PR chair.