CHRISTINE G. H. FRANCK is a designer, author and educator with a practice focusing on custom residential design and decoration. Her work includes award-winning residential design projects, regularly published writings, public speaking, and innovative leadership in architectural education. Ms. Franck also serves on the Board of Directors of the ICAA, the National Civic Art Society, and the International College of Chapters of INTBAU. She has previously served on the Advisory Councils of the University of Notre Dame and the ICAA.
Her design sensitivity was developed at an early age in her hometown of Williamsburg, Virginia. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame. In 2002 Ms. Franck was honored by HRH The Prince of Wales with the first Public Service Award of the Prince’s Foundation for “her outstanding contribution to the study of architecture and design.” Her design work and essays have been published in A Decade of Art and Architecture, Period Homes Magazine, New Old House Magazine, Residential Architect, Architecture Magazine, The Classicist No. 6, and exhibited at A Decade of Art and Architecture, The Art of Building Cities, and in London at The New Palladians.