PhD, History and Theory of Architecture, Harvard University, 2017—ongoing
Post-Professional M.Arch, Princeton University, 2017
B.Arch, Carnegie Mellon University, 2014
2015–2017: Phillip was an editor of Pidgin for issues 20–22 (“Ageism,” “Flushed,” and “Flora Fauna”) and was an assistant instructor for courses led by Stan Allen, Sandy Attia & Matteo Scagnol, Natalie Sims and Michael Ventura of Sub Rosa. He participated in travel studios led by Jesse Reiser and Andres Jaque in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea. In tandem with his coursework, Phillip worked on projects with MOS Architects and OMA*AMO/Rem Koolhaas in New York City.
His graduate thesis “Research/Exhibition: Information on Display” was advised by Sylvia Lavin & Hayley Eber and was exhibited at Parasol Projects in New York. Phillip graduated with the certificate in Media + Modernity and received the School of Architecture History and Theory Prize.
Phillip’s current research analyzes information technology in the evolution of architecture practice and design culture from the postwar to the postmodern. Follow him on Instagram @phillipdenny or get in touch via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org