Alan Phillips studied architecture in England and Scotland, graduating in 1972 and opening offices in London and Brighton that combine practice, research and education.
Early projects included proposals for parliament buildings, hotels, offices and social housing, with building completed for factories, banks, restaurants and nightclubs. Alan Phillips’ work has been published internationally in books and magazines including The Architectural Review, The Harvard Architecture Review, Architektur Aktuell and Artscribe.
Alan is also a prolific essayist and contributor to design and architecture journals, as well as a critic, reviewer and columnist for Building Design Magazine. He has taught in universities throughout the world, including in the USA, Poland, Russia, Bulgaria and Western Europe. His drawings are regularly exhibited and published, most recently in a one-man retrospective show at the Beardsmore Gallery in London, which covered his first 20 years of practice.
Professor Alan Phillips RIBA