The beauty of architecture is how it becomes the backdrop for people using and occupying a space, sometimes in unplanned or unexpected ways. I enjoy traveling and taking random walks, because I think that is the best way to experience the built environment.
Throughout my studies and my travels, I have come to realize the impact that a place can have on people. Much like a song can bring up specific memories in a person's past, architecture can have the same effect. The idea of adaptive reuse and making an old space new again (without removing the memory or essence of the original building) is a challenge that I look forward to in many of our projects at NewStudio.
People Might Not Know About Me:
I don’t like to drink coffee; I prefer hot chocolate
Favorite Office Supply
Post-it® Notes, the really small ones (I like tiny objects)
Someday I Will:
Learn how to play blues music on the guitar
When I’m Not At NSA, I’m:
Outdoors—hiking, running, playing tennis


christopher moy


Master of Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

B.A. in Architectural Studies, Certificate in Civil Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA