Christopher Sensenig is a passionate urban designer dedicated to making meaningful places. As a graduate student at Cal and as a professional, Chris focuses his work on creating livable neighborhoods and increasing opportunities for participation and social interaction in the neighborhood landscape through projects that include street design, mixed use multi-family housing, transit oriented development, and neighborhood planning. At the outset of every project, Chris asks, “What will this project give back to the community?” and strongly believes that Walkability is the umbrella species for great communities. During his 13 plus years of experience, Chris has worked on a variety of projects including street designs, master plan developments, zoning ordinance updates, feasibility studies, project entitlements and schematic design on architecture projects.
Masters of City Planning in Urban Design, University of California at Berkeley (2005)
Masters of Architecture in Urban Design, University of California at Berkeley (2005)
Bachelor of Arts, Architecture, Washington University (2000)
Anderson Valley, Mendocino Coast, San Francisco Bay
Cooking, Grilling, Hiking, and Board Games