Andrew Phillips


Andrew is a Principal in the Philadelphia-based design firm dommertphillips, p.c. He leads their work in architectural planning, architectural design and industrial design. His recent work includes the traveling exhibition “We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans,” the River House in Galena, Md., the Estate Fruit House at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa., the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage in Woodbine, N.J., and the Kakum Rainforest National Park Visitor’s Center in Ghana, Africa.

Andrew received his Bachelor of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Architecture from Harvard University. A recipient of the Philadelphia AIA Chapter’s Young Architect Award, Andrew taught in the Architecture programs at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Fine Arts and the PennDesign Undergraduate Program in Architecture for fourteen years before coming to CHAD. He has also taught at Philadelphia University and Lehigh University and has served as a visiting critic at seven other universities, including Columbia University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Andrew has been a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania since 1991.

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