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Phillip Crosby

Phillip Crosby

Philadelphia, PA, US

 

About 

Phillip M. Crosby is a registered architect and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture in the Tyler School of Art at Temple University. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in the history and theory of architecture and urbanism at the University of Pennsylvania where his research focuses on twentieth-century and contemporary urbanism. He is writing a dissertation on the urban discourse of Team 10. He is a contributing author and the associate editor (with Megan Born, Helene Furján, and Lily Jencks) of the forthcoming book Dirt, which will be published by MIT Press in early 2012. In addition to his academic research, in 2007 he founded the award-winning interdisciplinary design practice DUAL:workshop.

 

Ph.D. — University of Pennsylvania — 2008 to present

Graduate Certificate in Urban Studies — University of Pennsylvania — 2008 to present

M.Arch. — Georgia Institute of Technology — 2003

B. Des. — University of Florida — 2000

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Employment 

Temple University, Adjunct Assistant Professor

Courses Taught:

Fall 2011 — ARCH 9991 — Directed Research: M.Arch. Thesis Preparation

Fall 2011 — ARCH 3243 — Movements in Modern Architecture

Fall 2010 — ARCH 4431 — 5th-year Undergraduate Advanced Research Studio
Topic — Re-Imagining Infrastructures: Interstate 95, Liminal Territories, and Philadelphia

Aug 2010 - current
 

University of Pennsylvania, Lecturer / Teaching Assistant / Research Assistant

Courses Taught:

Fall 2009 — ARCH 611 — History & Theory III (with Prof. Helene Furján)

Spring 2010 — ARCH 512 — History & Theory II (with Prof. Helene Furján)

Summer 2010 — ARCH 510 — History of Architecture: Pre-History to Postmodernism

Aug 2008 - current
 

DUAL:workshop, Principal

Dec 2007 - current
 

City of St. Petersburg, FL, Senior Capital Projects Coordinator

Mar 2005 - Dec 2007
 

Lyman Davidson Dooley, Inc., Intern Architect / Project Manager

Jul 2003 - Mar 2005
 

Education 

University of Pennsylvania, PhD, PhD Program in Architecture

Research Topics:

Twentieth-century urbanism with a focus on Team 10
Contemporary theories of architecture and urbanism

Dissertation Topic:

The In-Between and the Everyday: The Urban Discourse of Team 10, 1947-1981

Oct 2008 - current
 

University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Certificate in Urban Studies

Research Topic:

Who Killed the Electric Streetcar: GM and National City Lines in Philadelphia

Oct 2008 - current
 

Georgia Institute of Technology, MArch, Architecture

Masters Project Topic:

PARKing Surfaces: Infrastructural Urbanism for St. Petersburg, FL

Oct 2001 - May 2003
 

University of Florida, Bachelors, Architecture

Oct 1996 - May 2000
 

Awards 

PennDesign Fellowship, Scholarship

Merit fellowship of full tuition plus stipend

2011
 

Will M. Mehlhorn Scholarship, Scholarship

Merit scholarship awarded for excellence in architectural theory

2010
 

Will M. Mehlhorn Scholarship, Scholarship

Merit scholarship awarded for excellence in architectural theory

2009
 

Merit Award for Architecture — AIA Tampa Bay Design Awards, Award

Awarded to HUMPback House by DUAL:workshop
Jury Chair: Don Singer, FAIA

2007
 

AIA Florida Emerging Professionals Design Competition, 1st Place

Awarded to HUMPback House by DUAL:workshop
Jury Chair: David J. Lewis

2006
 

Gold Award — Community Beautification Board of Gainesville, FL , Award

Awarded to The Village at Haile Market Square by Lyman Davidson Dooley, Inc.

2006
 

Best Architecture Activists — Weekly Planet Best of the Bay, Award

2005
 

AIA Tampa Bay President's Award, Award

Awarded for service to the chapter

2005
 

Merit Award for Architecture — AIA Tampa Bay Design Awards, Award

Awarded to The Marketplace at Birmingham Village by Lyman Davidson Dooley, Inc.
Jury Chair: James Bowen, AIA

2005
 

Merit Award for Architecture — AIA Tampa Bay Design Awards, Award

Awarded to Missing: World Trade Center 9.11 Memorial (with Kenneth Cowart)
Jury Chair: Keith Reeves, FAIA

2004
 

SOM Traveling Fellowship, Nomination

One of three graduating students nominated by Georgia Tech faculty

2003
 

SGF-IR Traveling Fellowship, 2nd Place

Awarded to PARK[ing] Surfaces: Infrastructural Urbanism for St. Petersburg, FL (Masters Project)
Jury Chair: Mark Robbins

2003
 

Areas of Specialization 



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