In over thirty years as a designer and architect, Peter Darlow has established a reputation for integrating innovative design with the functional and technical requirements of each project. Peter has particular expertise in commercial, higher education, and hospitality design, both as a founding principal of Darlow Christ Architects and previously as a project architect for major new construction and renovation projects around the United States. Since he joined with Catherine Christ to form Darlow Christ Architects, his firm's work has garnered numerous publications and awards.

Peter received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from McGill University in Montreal, graduating with distinction in 1980. He is registered as an architect in numerous states, is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and has LEED certification with the US Green Building Council. In addition to active membership in the American Institute of Architects, the Boston Society of Architects, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Peter has taught as a guest critic and thesis advisor at the Boston Architectural Center and the Wentworth School of Architecture.