B.Arch, USC School of Architecture M.Arch, NewSchool of Architecture and Design
Christine Lampert is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is certified with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB.) She is currently licensed to practice architecture in California and Colorado in the USA and she also has an NCARB certification. She currently serves on the Executive Committee of the AIA Hong Kong. She has produced numerous projects including, commercial, retail, school and government projects, banks, libraries, custom residential, senior’s housing, seniors community centers, adult day care, as well as historic renovations and master planning projects. Her Architecture firm, Lampert Dias Architects, Inc. is located in San Clemente, California, USA. She is also the Senior Associate Director of Architecture for UDP International LLC in Hong Kong. UDP International LLC does master planning worldwide and also has an architecture division in Hong Kong Currently Ms Lampert serves on the American Institute of Architects Hong Kong as the Programs Vice Chair and she served as the Secretary of the AIA HK Executive Committee last year. She served as a member of the Board of the California Architects Board (CAB) for over eight years having been appointed by the Governor of California to two terms in office. She was elected and served as President of the Board, Vice President and Secretary. She continues to participate on committees and task force groups for the CAB. She served on numerous NCARB (The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) committees and has been involved in writing and grading the Architectural Registration Exam (ARE). She also serves on NAAB accrediting teams which review schools of architecture in the United States and Canada. She teaches Architecture at the University of Southern California School of Architecture and has also taught at Cal Poly Pomona and Orange Coast College and SCAD Hong Kong.
- 511LSeminar Building SystemsSeminar Building SystemsDevelop an understanding of building materials and assemblies and their characteristics, impacts, and performance. Topics covered include building envelope performance and aesthetics, environmental systems (heating, cooling, daylighting, and acoustics), and basic principles of construction. Students will also develop an understanding of the financial implications of building components and systems.