, AIA, ALEP, LEED AP, has recently been appointed to be the 2017 President-Elect by the Association for Learning Environments, Pacific Northwest Region (A4LE, previously known as the Council of Educational Facility Planners International).
Philip is one of NAC Architecture’s most gifted K-12 school planners. He is passionate about creating effective learning spaces, and continues to keep current with the latest developments in educational delivery. He is a former President and Board member of the A4LE Washington Chapter and is honored to be given the opportunity to fulfill this role regionally. The knowledge gained from his involvement helps Philip interact with educators and speak their language, resulting in facility designs that best support their mission.
Philip is currently working on Enumclaw High School, Wilson High School in Tacoma and the New Elementary School in Puyallup. Additionally, his pro bono work includes furniture design for The Vera Project and a concessions stand for Ingraham High School in Seattle.
As a gifted architect who thrives on technical challenges, he is an expert at realizing sustainability and energy efficiency to maximize value to building owners. He has lectured on related subjects at A4LE and the Green Schools National Conference. Philip is an Accredited Learning Environment Planner and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Boston Architectural College.
Philip mentoring high school students.