Phillip Denny (b. 1991) is a student working in architecture, graphic design, research, writing, editing, and curating. He is pursuing a B.Arch degree at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Since 2013 he has been the Chief Editor of inter·punct, a student-led journal for architecture theory and discourse. Phillip has previously worked at over,under in Boston, MA, where he developed the Future Cities project on urbanism in the Gulf. He has also worked at Carnegie Museum of Art, where he assisted in curating the White Cube, Green Maze: New Art Landscapes, and Maya Lin exhibitions. Most recently, Phillip was a researcher at the Columbia Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting where he researched, wrote, and designedMechanization of the Office, for Volume a quarterly magazine on architecture founded by Ole Bouman, Rem Koolhaas, and Mark Wigley.
Phillip is currently developing an architecture thesis, Campus, which interrogates the contemporary university's architectural, urban, and institutional form.
Columbia Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting - C-LAB, New York, NY, US, Researcher
over,under, Boston, MA, US, Research & Design Intern
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Heinz Architectural Center, Curatorial Intern
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, US, BArch, Architecture
Cornell University, Rome, IT, BArch, Cornell in Rome, Architecture
Carnegie Mellon University: Qatar, Doha, QA, BArch, Architecture
Louis F Valentour Travel Fellowship, Award
BECA Arquideas Grant 2013, EMBT Architects, 1st Place