Phillip Mandery is a Designer with a Master of Architecture, Graduate Architectural Design, from The Bartlett at UCL in 2012. He completed a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Woodbury University in 2010 where he was able to develop his design skills and interests in architecture and design.
Phillip has 3 years experience working closely with award winning architecture offices in Los Angeles on a variety of project typologies across California and Internationally. Throughout his studies, professional experience, and travels he has been able to develop interesting design skills and perspectives which are reflected in his personal design research.
OKB Architecture + Construction, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Designer
LxW Design, Culver City, CA, US, Contract Drafter/Designer
Primarily residential projects: construction documents, schematic design imagery,preliminary design documentation, file conversion.
Swift Lee Office, Eagle Rock, CA, US, Intern - Designer- Consultant
LAUSD Prototype School Competition (phase1&2): schematic design, presentation drawings [plans and sections], renderings, graphics, site research and analysis, site mapping, specifications, plot plan imagery/ drawings, screen printing press and prints. LEED Accreditation Consultant.
Osborne Architects, Santa Monica, CA, US, Intern - Designer
Residential and cultural projects: site analysis, code analysis and research, schematic design, design development, construction documentation, material research, presentation imagery, model making.
Osborn Architects, Glendale, CA, US, Intern
Residential, education, and cultural projects: physical models, construction documents, RFP research and response, preliminary and final renderings, competition research and schematic design, graphics, DSA back check, model shop maintenance, schematic design, design development.
University College London (UCL), MArch, Graduate Architectural Design
In pursuit of a MArch from the Bartlett I expanded my understanding of architectural design, both in terms of technical strategies and conceptual methodologies exposing myself to a variety of design cultures and paradigms allowing me to continue the research I began at Woodbury.
At the Bartlett, my research expanded on the interrogation of sketch and architectural drawing utilizing time, sequence, and film as vessels to explore the built environment.
Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, BArch, BArch
In pursuit of a BArch from Woodbury University; I have developed a diverse understanding of 2D and 3D computer design software, with an ability to quickly become proficient with new software. I developed a predominately strong background and interest in model making as well as furniture design with a variety of tools and materials.
I concluded my undergraduate education by interrogating the notion of sketch with a thesis dedicated to the understanding and integration of physical object making in relation to the architectural design process.