Christina Nguyen is a designer based in New York. She received her Bachelor of Design degree from the University of Florida and Master of Architecture degree from Columbia GSAPP, where she was recognized for Excellence in Design. She has taught at Columbia University and was a guest lecturer at the Guggenheim. She has practiced in the offices of Lyn Rice Architects, Arquitectonica, and Rockwell Group.

Her work investigates the boundaries of the natural and built environment, striving to create an equilibrium between the two. The competition proposal Duck-Work was recently built and showcased during the Urban Timber: From Seed to City exhibition at BSA Space in Boston. Her work Unearth is part of the traveling exhibition 5x5: Participatory Provocations, which will be featured at Columbia GSAPP this July.