Christian Coles

Assoc. AIA, NOMA

“Bad architecture is, in the end, as much a failure of psychology as of design.” – Alain de Botton”

Christian is originally from Hampton, Virginia. He studied within the schools of architecture and psychology concurrently at Georgia Tech receiving his Bachelor of Science in Architecture with a certificate in Psychology in May 2016. Upon graduating, he continued his education at University of Michigan studying the connections between architectural design and human psychology. He graduated with his Master of Architecture in April 2018.

Christian previously worked as an Architecture/Interior Design intern for Michigan Medicine Facilities Management applying his academic research to the healthcare setting. He also worked within the offices of Rossetti and As_Is Architecture through University of Michigan’s Spring Break Externship Program. He moved back to Atlanta in May 2018 and joined Chasm Architecture in June 2018.

Professional Credentials:

Associate Member, American Institute of Architects (Assoc. AIA)
Member, National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)
Assistant Professor of Architecture, Kennesaw State University


Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology
Master of Architecture, University of Michigan

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