Christian Sheridan graduated from Rice University with a Master of Architecture in 2005. He has been the project manager of higher-ed projects, schools, interior renovations, community buildings, and large commercial office and warehouse projects. He also organizes and provides services for any pro bono projects that the firm works on. Prior to moving to Houston, Christian’s architectural experience focused on hospitality and industrial projects as well as smaller historic restorations and renovations. He was a member of design teams that earned an AIA Houston Design Award for the New Horizon Family Center, an AIA Houston “On the Boards” Award for the XS House, and a Texas Society of Architects Studio Award for the Sorensen Bridge.
Christian has lectured at Texas A&M University and the University of Houston. He taught a third year design studio with Mr. Brave at the University of Houston and enjoys traveling and documenting his experiences in detailed journals and with photography. He has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe as well as sojourns to Japan and Argentina. His architectural and photographic work has been featured in Texas Architect and the Houston Chronicle as well as in the books “Live/Work” and “The Business of Holidays.” His photograph ”Shotgun” was awarded the Fuller Award in the 2008 National AIA Photography Competition. Outside of the office, he has challenged himself by completing multiple Houston and San Antonio Half-Marathons and four Chicago Marathons.
Christian was awarded the AIA Houston chapter’s 2015 Ben Brewer Young Architect Award, which recognizes an individual in their first 10 years of licensure for their distinguished service to the profession and their significant influence on young professionals.