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Christin Hu

Visiting Assistant Professor

The Design As Protest Collective

christin hu is a nonbinary designer, educator, and organizer trained in landscape architecture and architecture. They were born and are currently based in Lenapehoking (New York City, NY). Through accessible workshops for collaborative design and playful liberation-based learning, they help others build genuine relationships with one another and our shared environments. christin co-organizes within multiple anti-racist and justice-centered spaces including the Design as Protest Collective and Dark Matter U. Their practices of tabletop game design, urban farming, martial arts, and online community facilitation are grounded in Chinglish histories, abolition, disability justice, and an abundance of tasty ancestral foods.

They have worked in both architecture and landscape architecture offices, and have taught at Cornell University College of Agricultural Sciences and Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Currently, they teach at The City College of New York and Pratt while creating their own practice. They hold an MLA from Harvard GSD and BArch from The City College of New York.

B.Arch, City College of New York
MLA I, Harvard Graduate School of Design

“The Dark Matter Issue.” Architect Magazine, October 2023.

“The other day we started a shared doc…” on behalf of Dark Matter U. In Log 54: Coauthoring, guest edited by Ann Lui and Ana Miljački and edited by Cynthia Davidson, 27-30. New York: Anyone Corporation, Winter/Spring 2022.