Christina Pint
Project Designer

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Ms. Pint graduated from Cornell University with both a Bachelor and Master of Architecture.  Since 1995, she has worked in architectural practice, joining the Lewis Group Architects and becoming licensed in 2003.  Her strength in practice has always been as a project designer, and her involvement in the firm has included the areas of conceptual design, programming, schematic design, space planning, interior architecture, master planning, research and writing, marketing, graphics, drawing, presentations, and long range planning.  She has been involved in a diversity of project types that span LGA’s various studios including K-12 and higher education, healthcare, senior living, corporate offices, laboratories, banks, civic buildings, and religious.  Several projects in which Ms. Pint has been heavily involved has won design awards, including Hardin Valley Academy, Grainger High School, and Holston Middle School.  Ms. Pint’s entry in the Knox Area Transit Bus Stop Shelter Competition titled, “Line Up… to ride” won First place in 2005.

Her creative work in collage led to the opportunity to curate an exhibition of collages by Swiss architect Bernhard Hoesli in 2001 for which she also edited a catalog titled, “Bernhard Hoesli:  Collages – An Exhibition Catalog”.  The exhibition has been shown in 6 locations throughout the United States since 2001, most recently in 2014.

Ms. Pint was involved in teaching architectural design, drawing, and collage as an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design between 1995 and 2001, serving as First Year Design Studio Coordinator for 3 of those years, and also taught in a bilingual (Spanish and English) study abroad program in Barcelona, Spain in 2000.  She still occasionally serves as a juror for design critiques at the university.

Ms. Pint is currently serving on the board of the East Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and she regularly volunteers with several local non-profit organizations.