Christopher holds a BAA from the Rhode Island School of Design.
He is currently licensed in New York, California and Massachusetts.
Christopher Warnick / Architecture was established in New York City
In 1993. Prior to establishing his firm, Christopher was an influential
designer with several visionary, late 20th century projects including
the 'Steel Cloud' with Asymptote, The Tokyo International Forum
with Raphael Vinoly Architects, and the U.S. National Holocaust Museum
and the Museum of Natural History 'Dino Halls" with Ralph Appelbaum.
Over the years, Christopher has obtained outstanding experience as an
Architect, and used this to build a reputation which extends to both coasts.
His creativity and tirelessness in the service of his clients have placed him
In great demand as a cutting edge design innovator. Recent projects
involve the innovative use of new media in creative space for corporate clients
including MVBMS Euro/RSCG, Fuel North America, J. Walter Thompson,
Dreamworks SKG, 24/seven, as well as work for several private residential clients.