Christopher M. Good, BFA 1999
Creative Director, One Workplace
CID, NCIDQ, ASID, LEED AP
A proud alum and former adjunct faculty member of VCU, Chris has continued to develop his interior design expertise since graduating from the VCUarts Department of Interior Design in 1999.
Originally from Fredericksburg, Chris began is design career at KSA Interiors in Richmond in 1999 and worked in various supportive and leadership roles while there, including Interior Design & Project Manager, Associate Principal, and then Principal & Vice President. In early 2016, Chris relocated to San Francisco to serve as Creative Director at One Workplace in San Francisco.
Chris takes an intelligent and empathic approach to interior design by focusing on the cultural, emotional, and economic impact of his design solutions. By blending his clients’ visions with creativity, innovation, and design expertise, Chris creates environments that result in increased productivity, teamwork, and communication.
During his tenure as a VCU adjunct professor, Chris taught drawing and graphics for the Department of Interior Design. He now volunteers as a site visitor for the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) helping to ensure that college and university design programs meet high standards for postsecondary interior design education.
Chris has illustrated two award-winning volumes of interior design text books, “Architecture and Interior Design Through the 18th Century: an Integrated History” and its follow up, “Architecture and Interior Design, 19th Century to the Present: an Integrated History”- by Buie Harwood, Curt Sherman and Bridget May.
Chris has earned a well-respected reputation, among clients and peers for his innovative approach to project management, client service, and project delivery. An advocate for interior design education, he is currently serving as chair on the Radford University Department of Interior Design and Fashion Advisory Board.