Christina Kim  l Director l Registered architect no. 9307 l Founder of Harmony Architecture

           "she creates spaces or environments that optimize human performance and potential."


After winning the CMAA National Architectural competition for her design "A Museum for HM Barque Endeavour" while an architectural student at the University of New South Wales, Christina has gone on to become one of Australia's most refreshing designers.


Combining creativity with her passion for providing harmonious architectural design, Christina brings colour and light to spaces to enhance the quality of design. She was on the final list for Dulux Interior Design Award.


As an architect, the director of Melinz Kim & Associates Architects and the founder of Harmony Architecture, she has supervised nearly 1000 projects over 30 years, ranging from $300,000 to $10m for large government and commercial organisations. The clients include Power stations in NSW and QLD, Department of Education, Department of Juvenile Justice, Pfizer, Siemens, Sydney Harbour Bridge and CSR Limited.

In 2009, she founded Harmony Architecture, an architectural service, to integrate her spiritual connection with earth and the goal of peace and harmony, with the technical skills and creativity that she can contribute to improve people’s working environments.

With her experience as an architect and a meditation practitioner, she sees beyond the physicality and look to the importance of designing buildings vessels that can uplift our energy, give flexibility, interact with Nature, increase productivity, connect people and boost profits. She realised that buildings in harmony with Nature in combination with an ideal office zoning bring well-being. Christina creatively practises space planning that understands human needs in holistic ways to dramatically raise productivity.

She applies her multi-faceted skills to her architectural work, often assisting her clients with clear visions for their projects by using visualisation techniques and scorecards.

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Workspaces, Learning spaces



Sacred architecture, Sustainability