CplusC Architectural Workshop is proud to announce that Christina Cheng is the latest staff member to successfully become registered as an Architect in New South Wales. Christina’s path to architectural registration has been relatively typical: a three year undergraduate degree and a two year Master of Architecture degree supplemented by a 3300 hours under the supervision of a registered architect. This experience has covered a wide array of architectural skills and was recorded in her log book.
While the process has been relatively typical, in Christina’s case the projects have been exceptional. The first project she was involved in, Dulwich Hill, won a national Timber Development Association award for Best Alterations and Additions, and has been widely published. The Dulwich Hill project was also shortlisted for the 2015 Houses Magazine awards. Her second project, Canada Bay, is currently short-listed for the 2016 Houses Magazine Awards (due to be announced in July) and a NSW Master Builders Association award. Christina is currently working on a number of residential projects in the office, including our Director’s home. (No pressure Christina!)
After successfully completing her log book, Christina has undertaken the next two stages of the examination process: the national written exam and a formal interview by two registered practitioners. Christina has been advised via letter that she has passed all stages and is eligible to become a registered architect. Congratulations Christina!!