Christina Perry | ASSOCIATE IIDA
Christina is an interior designer and senior drafter at Curtis Miner Architecture and has a niche with in the industry of being proficient in both advanced 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM), architectural visualizations and commercial interior design. She uses her developed skillset to quickly transform ideas into 3D perspectives, renderings and virtual reality experiences to help clients envision exactly how their projects will look. Over the past several years, Christina has been creating functional and fashionable designs as the lead designer on numerous buildings in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado. Her experience touches into nearly ever market sector, but she especially enjoys commercial office, education, multi-family residential and healthcare.
Christina is an active Associate Member of the International Interior Design Association and holds an Associate of Applied Science in Architectural Technology (2012) from BYU-Idaho.
Did you know?
Outside the office, Christina can be found shredding down our fantastic Utah mountains year-around via mountain bike or snowboard. She competes every year in up to 14 mountain bike races held around the state. And yes, she races against the boys!
Five Benefits of the BIM Process
Embracing Building Information Modeling proves advantageous for CMA and our clients At CMA, our commitment to our client is to stay current with the latest trends in the design, building code, and construction industries. We started using BIM nearly ten years ago, and today this process is utilized on nearly every project we undertake. BIM, […]read more
- April 12, 2017
University of Utah Firm Fair 2017
On March 24th, Curtis Miner Architecture was proud to be represented at the University of Utah’s Architecture Firm Fair held at the architecture building on campus. Nearly all of Curtis Miner Architecture’s architects and project managers have graduated from the U. Curtis Miner Architecture recognizes the value of the Architecture Program at the U and […]read more
- March 5, 2017
- Architectural Design
Star Mill – Investing in the History
Rehabilitation is defined as the act or process of making possible a compatible use for a property through repair, alterations, and additions while preserving those portions or features which convey its historical, cultural, or architectural values. Star Mill is a “priceless” project for this area of the state of Utah, with not many historic buildings and […]read more
- January 18, 2017
- Architectural Design
The Benefits of Virtual Reality In Architecture
By Christina Perry Virtual Reality used to be a futuristic super-technology we oogled over in sci-fi movies like the Matrix and Star Trek. Today though, Virtual Reality (or VR) is actually a real thing, and it’s become a common toy all over the world with the latest introductions of VR goggles for the masses like […]read more