Master of Architecture, Harvard University GSD
Bachelor of Science in Art, Northeastern University
Christian Dagg has been on the faculty of Auburn University's School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture since the fall of 2000. His teaching assignment is primarily in Architecture and the Master of Real Estate Development Program. He received the Outstanding Faculty Award from the School of Architecture AIAS in 2002 and 2006, the CADC Outstanding Teaching Award in 2005 and the CADC Collaborative Initiative Award in 2004. More recently with his colleague Kevin Moore, he was a 2013 recipient of the NCARB Award for their project entitled “Studio: Urban Healthcare”.
Christian lived in Boston where he worked in the offices of Machado and Silvetti Associates and Kallmann, McKinnell and Wood Architects. He holds a Masters in Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (1999 with Distinction) and a Bachelor of Science in Art degree from Northeastern University (1993 Magna Cum Laude). Christian has taught at the Boston Architectural Center (now College), Northeastern University and Auburn University. He is also a principal of Hinson + Dagg Architects, a firm that has been recognized at the local and state level with AIA design awards.