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Christine Turnbull

Christine Turnbull

Architectural Assistant (Part II)
2017 - present

"Our thoughts, feelings and actions are inevitability influenced by the built environment. Therefore, as designers, we are responsible for ensuring that the spaces and places we create promote and support positive interactions between individuals, groups and their physical context in order to safeguard quality of life."

Christine joined Page\Park in 2017 after graduating from the University of Strathclyde with First-Class Honours in Architectural Studies with International Study and MArch in Advanced Architectural Design with Distinction. During this time, she briefly studied on exchange at Czech Technical University in Prague. Prior to her university career, Christine completed an HND in Architectural Technology at Glasgow Metropolitan College where she received the Best Performing Student Award.

Christine has a specific interest in environmental psychology. Relevant experience includes her dissertation “Negotiating the boundaries of elderly accommodation to overcome social exclusion: towards intergenerational living in Scotland” which was shortlisted for the Jonathan Sime Award in 2016. Her research was founded on the belief that our thoughts, feelings and actions are inevitability influenced by the built environment. Therefore, as designers, we are responsible for ensuring that the spaces and places we create promote and support positive interactions between individuals, groups and their physical context to safeguard quality of life.

Email: c.turnbull@pagepark.co.uk