Christina Marsh is a licensed architect with a great love for libraries and the vital role they play in our communities. She has over fifteen years of experience designing and executing institutional and academic buildings including the North Beach Branch Library in San Francisco. Through her projects with various schools, universities, and institutions, Christina has developed an expertise for bringing together stakeholders, entities, and experts to achieve a strong overall project design and vision.
Christina lives in Belmont with her husband and daughter, a Wellington student, since 2013. She is the co-founder of the architectural firm Atelier et Alia, and previously worked at award-winning firms such as Payette, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, and Studio Bondy Architecture. She received her engineering bachelor degree from M.I.T. and her Master in Architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design.