Christina Buschman

Christina Buschman

Cleveland, MS, US



As a recent graduate from Tulane University's Master of Architecture program, I am currently seeking new opportunities to further my career. My hope is to find a firm that with help me utilize both my training in historic preservation, and passion for graphic design and drawing. I find myself interested in interior architecture, as well as all other aspects of design - furniture, lighting, color, fashion, publications, etc. Through new opportunities I would like to continue to strengthen my attention to details, proportions, and finesse.


Beard + Riser Architects, Greenwood, MS, US, Architectural Intern

Daily tasks include design work from schematic design through construction, architectural drawing, construction document production, FF&E coordination and design, and marketing material production and coordination. Major projects include the Greenwood Police Department renovation, Beard + Riser office renovation, office standard CD details.

Oct 2016 - current

Tulane University Planning Office, New Orleans, LA, US, Intern

Daily tasks included precedent and archival research, field verification, graphic design, LEED documentation, and university space management. Major projects include drawing plans of Tulane Medical School, publish case studies of all University LEED projects, logo design, and complete a database of all occupied University space.

May 2014 - May 2016


Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, MArch, Architecture

Through a rigorous 5 year program, I was able to complete all course work required to attain a Master of Architecture degree, Bachelor of Architecture degree, Preservation Studies minor, and completed a Master's Thesis project. Outside of architecture, I took as many anthropology classes as possible, concentrating in South American cultures. I also participate in extracurricular activities like helping plan the Architecture School's annual Beaux Arts Ball and was very active in my sorority.

Aug 2011 - May 2016

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