As a young adult Philip had the opportunity to work as a woodworker and carpenter, which gave him a deep understanding of building tectonics. During his academic career, Philip augmented this skill set by developing an architectural language that is driven by concept while maintaining an awareness of constructability. Philip has worked on projects within the athletic, community, commercial, and residential sectors and has worked for architecture studios in both Philadelphia and New York.
Philip holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, and a Master of Architecture from Pratt Institute’s Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design.
Philip currently lives in Brooklyn.
Edelman Sultan Knox Wood/ Architects LLP, Designer, Project Manager
The Museum of Modern Art, Freelance Designer
Friday Architects/ Planners Inc., Designer, Project Manager
Brandywine Construction and Management, Carpenter / Builder
Pratt Institute, MArch, Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design
Temple University, Bachelors, Tyler School of Art