Christopher Perrodin

Christopher Perrodin

Seattle, WA, US



I am interested in anything which allows me to learn more.  As I have grown as an architect, I find myself increasingly less hardline on what makes architecture great.  In the end, I feel that satisfying the needs of a community and creating a sense of place and comfort are the goals of architecture.



University of Florida: 2007-2011

Bachelor of Design

UF Vicenza Institute of Architecture

Studied and traved to Vicenza, Venice, Barcelona, Basel, Rome,
Paris, Berlin and Verona, gaining insight on urban patterns and
contemporary trends in architecture through sketches, photos,
and map analyses, resulting in two design projects.


Washington University: 2011-present

Masters of Architecture



GTP Architecture:

Worked with Project Architect on several projects
primarily produciton drawings;  Picked up redlines
and researched code and material specifications; 
Assisted with permit submittal for Planning and Zoning

Appen Butler Hill Inc:

Assessed web pages within a defined parameter
using Excel sheets and criteria charts

Brock Services Ltd:

Assembled and disassembled scaffold
constructions for Firestone;  Worked hands on
with modular construction materials with a team
while adapting to different site conditions



Alberti Teaching Program

Worked with children between the ages
of 9-16 as they develop architecture

Teacher Assistant

Assisted to both Graduate Assistants
and a Design Professor, dealing directly
with students in freshman and sophomore
design classes


TLC (The Living Course)

Worked with people ages 18 and up to help
them better understand how the physchologists
teaching the course are addressing issues in their daily



AutoCAD, Rhino, V-ray, Photoshop, Illustrator, Model making, Drafting, Revit, Vasari, Revit Structures, InDesign, SketchUp

Christopher's School Blog on Archinect:

From Retrospective to Retroactive : MArch research into book and beyond

I will chronicle my design research and degree project, providing commentary on my thought process at the time. From there, I will transform the body of work into a book which seeks to place into dialogue the two (currently) separated semesters of work.

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Gensler, New York, NY, US, Job Captain

Aug 2015 - current

The Global Studio, Seattle, WA, US, Designer and Media Content Generator

May 2015 - Aug 2015

Callison, Seattle, WA, US, Arch Staff I

Jun 2013 - May 2015

Digital Fabrication Lab, Saint Louis, MO, US, Lab Monitor

Maintained fabrication machines; Cleaned work area; Worked with students on their fabrication
intentions; Supplied efficient and friendly service

Aug 2012 - May 2013

GTP Architecture, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Student Intern

Worked with Project Architect on several projects, primarily production drawings; Picked up redlines;
Space planning; 3-D modeling; Researched code and material specifications; Assisted with permit
submittal for Planning and Zoning

Jan 2009 - Dec 2012

Shifting from Lines to Surfaces, Saint Louis, MO, US, Teaching Assistant

Requested by Professor Sung Ho Kim to work with Professor Jaymon Diaz; Worked with the professor on forwarding and focusing the students’ design intentions; Provided design critique; Set presentation
guidelines for the students

Jan 2012 - May 2012

Brock Services Ltd., Sulphur, LA, US, Scaffold Helper

Assembled and disassembled scaffold constructions for Firestone; Developed team building skills with
members from divers backgrounds to achieve projects completed on time and under budget; Recognized
as the most efficient team on the work force for two months

May 2009 - Jul 2009


Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, Sam Fox School

Aug 2011 - May 2013

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, US, BArch, Design, Construction, Planning

Aug 2007 - Jul 2011


Approach Spring 2013, Nomination

Selected by Professor Paul Donnely to be featured in the biannual student work book--Approach--published by the school


AIA Merit Award, Nomination

Click to edit honor descriptionNominated along with three other students out of approximately 95 students in the graduating class for merit in work and activities done while in school.


Approach Spring 2012, Nomination

Selected by Professor Derek Hoeferlin to be featured in the biannual student work book--Approach--published by the school

Derek is a licensed architect and urban designer with his own practice, Derek James Hoeferlin Architect; a senior architect and urban designer at H3 Studio, Inc. of St. Louis; and
a collaborator with Waggonner & Ball Architects of New Orleans. Derek’s New Orleans work has been highly recognized with awards, publications, and presentations at multiple


Parabola, Nomination

Spring 2012 work was submitted and accepted into the all school Parabola gallery.


Approach Fall 2011, Nomination

Selected by Professor Sung Ho Kim to be featured in the biannual student work book--Approach--published by the school

Sung Ho was a principal researcher for Krzysztof Wodiczko’s Interrogative Design Group at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT. Kim has published, lectured, and exhibited
internationally and currently is Design Principal of Axi:Ome LLC of St. Louis, working on various commissioned projects. Two monographs about Axi:Ome—Spatial Practice (Oro
Editions) and Specular: Between Practice and Education (Damdi Architecture Publishing Co.)—were published in 2009.


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