Student
Cristina Clow

Cristina is a recent graduate who grew up in South Florida. During the past year, she has been focused on her thesis research about the rise and fall of large scale housing projects in the United States.  Prior to MIT, Cristina received her Bachelors of Science in Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis with a minor in architectural history. Professionally, she has worked as an intern on diverse projects around the world from Paris to Walt Disney World. She also has a passion for building things and helping others build things and worked as a fabrication shop monitor and teaching assistant throughout her time as a grad student.

Areas of Interest
Digital Fabrication, Historic Preservation, Housing, Housing Development, Social Equity, Theory of Architecture, Urban Design