Cristina joined Bryden Wood in July 2014, having previously worked in architectural firms in Spain, and after graduating from San Pablo CEU University in Spain in 2013.
Her experience includes public and urban spaces, residential development as well as sustainability and landscape projects. During her start at Bryden Wood, Cristina was involved in the design and feasibility study of a pharmaceutical project in Nigeria for GlaxoSmithKline. Working as part of a team her key focus was to coordinate the cross discipline information to clarify the best options to take forward into design. After that, she collaborated in the design and development of residential plots in Sugar House Island.
Having gathered experience in a variety of sectors, Cristina is currently the architect for the Front End Factory GSK Project, working with information of a sensitive nature. Cristina is extending her skills for design coordination in the fields of Pharmaceuticals and Biopharma.