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Role Players 2018

Dr. Christine E. Bruckner

President and Founding Member, American Institute of Architects Hong Kong (AIA Hong Kong)

Christine is an architect actively supporting best practice, sustainability and wellness in design. As a Director with M Moser Associates, she brings her experience with urban integration, architecture, adaptive revitalization and educational design excellence to guide development of our built environment at all scales. Her focus is working with client and community stakeholders to encourage deep dive investigation, coordination and sustainable best practice. A LEED AP, BREEAM AP and BEAM Professional, Christine is also an early adapter of both RESET and International WELL Building Institute certification systems and M Moser's first WELL AP.

University of Tokyo, Doctorate of Engineering in Architecture Master of Engineering in Architecture, Monbusho Scholar
Yale University, New Haven, Post Professional Master of Architecture
Rice University, Professional Bachelor of Architecture Bachelor of Arts in Art, Art History and Architecture, Magna Cum Laude

Professional Affiliations
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA)
Registered Architect, NJ Board of Architects
Founding two year-term President, AIA International Region 2014-15
CTBUH Steering Committee and Moderator, 2016 Conference
WELL AP Faculty (International Well Building Institute)
LEED AP (Focus Neighborhood Design-ND, BD+C, EB)
HK BEAM Professional & member of BEAM Interiors Task Force
HK Institute of Urban Design, founding member
Hong Kong University School, prev. Architecture Advisory Board
Chinese University of HK, 2016/2017 External Reviewer; critic
Hong Kong International School, Facilities Committee; past PFO and Sustainability representative
RESET AP Fellow and member Advisory Board
BREEAM AP, member of BRE Academy
Urban Density Conf. NY-HK co-organizer
Hong Kong Institute of Architects, Member with Construction Industry Training (CIST) Recognitions (Selection)
2014 & 2015 Presidential Citation, AIA
Thomas J Watson Foundation Fellow
ShimoyamaShomeisho Award, Tokyo, Japan
SOM Travelling Fellowship
AIA Distinguished Service Award
Top 100 Women's Who's Who, Princeton Global
Venice Biennale exhibition of design; First place
Design Competition Taller de Arquitectura, Barcelona
AIA Henry Adam's Award
Tau Sigma Delta Architectural Honor Society

Awards & Certifications (Selection)
Registered Architect by the NJ Board of Architects. License Registration / Certificate in good standing.
Fellow, American Institute of Architects - long time full member
Princeton Global Network Who's Who 2009-13- 'recognition for distinguished individual who has demonstrated a commitment to excellence in her career and exemplary leadership within her community'
2012 AIA Distinguished Service Award 'recognition of dedicated and collaborative leadership…(and) for significant contributions in promoting international outreach and advocating for sustainable design in (Asia)'
2010 Cover presentation for Top 100 Women Who's Who Awarded, published 2010 (& 2012-13)
Monbusho Scholar 6 yr Graduate Architectural Research University of Tokyo; H. Kohyama, F. Maki, Ono
Fellow Will Rice College; Perspective Magazine Brain Trust - co developed multi-year, 12- month series, moderator (2010, 2011 & 2013 ShimoyamaShomeisho Award: Scholarship to 'promising architect in Japan' w/ Tokyo exhibition
Venice Bienalle: exhibition of design project - Yale University (w/ Ar. Charles Gwathmey)
Thomas J. Watson Foundation Fellow: Scholarship grant for travel and research of architecture in Japan.
AIA Award: The Henry Adam's Certificate; Tau Sigma Delta Architectural Honor Society.
First Place Design Competition: Ricardo Bofill, Taller de Architectura, S. Institute, Barcelona