Christin To

Architectural Designer at Mat-Ter

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Architectural designer at Mat-Ter, an architecture firm located in Newbury Park, California

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Three months ago, we  launched a competition  for a sound booth for Sonic Trace, a show of stories from immigrants from Mexico and Central America produced by Anayansi…

A Bubble Built for Storytelling

Three months ago, we launched a competition for a sound booth for Sonic Trace, a show of stories from immigrants from Mexico and Central America produced by Anayansi…

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