Christopher Anderson is an associate at Domiteaux + Baggett Architects. Christopher joined Domiteaux + Baggett in 2012 after receiving his Masters in Architecture from Louisiana Tech University. During his tenure at the firm, Christopher has garnered experience is a wide array of project development, specializing in three-dimensional representation and renderings.
Christopher is a native of Ruston, Louisiana, where he also attended college at Louisiana Tech University. In school, Christopher’s studies were vast, seeking to strike a balance between the traditional and progressive aspects of architectural education. Through his thesis work in Detroit and studies abroad in Germany, Christopher was able to find balance and realize architecture’s greater role as a primary mover in people’s lives. During his summers, Christopher gained valuable experience framing houses, through which he garnered a greater appreciation for craft and design. This experience, as well as an inclination towards smaller, more intimate projects, lead Christopher to pursue a career in residential architecture.
A resident of East Dallas, Christopher enjoys biking around town, watching baseball, and drinking craft beer. He frequently dabbles in graphic design, creating logos, icons, and stationary.