STEPHEN PHILLIPS ARCHITECTS LOS ANGELES    SAN FRANCISCO

NEWS


October 24, 2016

“Stephen Phillips Architects (SPARCHS) aimed to challenge normative San Francisco housing typologies”

 

The online lifestyle magazine American Luxury highlighted the Linden Street apartments in a recent publication. American Luxury cited the various ways in which the Linden Street Apartments engages with both its inhabitants and the city at large as the source of the home’s unique aesthetic and singular power. https://www.amlu.com

October 21, 2016

As a testament to its striking exterior the Linden Street Apartments was recently featured as a Top 10 image on Archinect’s “Houses” Pinterest Board. Archinect’s pinterest boards serve as inspiration for countless designers cross the globe looking for the latest in striking architectural imagery. http://archinect.com

October 14 2016

“The new entry creates a dynamic yet relaxing space that reconfigures an otherwise rambling wooden shack with unclear floor plan into a well-organized contemporary dwelling.”

 

The Gold -Hall residence was recently published on Domus the highly respected Italian design magazine. Their story highlighted the way in which SPARCHS was able to reinvigorate an existing hillside house in desperate need of repair into a thoughtful contemporary home. http://www.domusweb.it

September 24, 2016

Linden Street Apartments was recently honored to be one of six outstanding contemporary homes to featured in the San Francisco AIA’s SF Living home tour series. The home tour series showcases the best San Francisco has to offer in modern urban dwelling.

September 03 2016

“remarkable interpretations of the contemporary”

 

Linden Street Apartments and Bayview 5 residence were  reviewed as cleverly designed archetypes of the “Contemporary” on the Indian online architecture and design publication The Future of Design. https://www.tfod.in

July 26, 2016

“Despite its imposing appearance, the modern townhouse acts as a focal point to the neighbourhood”

 

Linden Street Apartments was featured on the British online design and lifestyle publication Opumo which showcases the latest trends in fashion and design. http://www.opumo.com

July 25, 2016

“Masa Negra: Desafiando el idioma local de San Francisco con el poderoso estilo contemporáneo”

 

Linden Street Apartments was a popular story on the Latin American online publication Plataforma Architectura which is the world’s most visited Spanish language architecture website.  http://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl

July 20, 2016

“…a black duplex that challenges the city’s standard housing typologies”

 

Linden Street Apartments was featured in the award winning online architecture, art and design magazine Dezeen http://www.dezeen.com

July 12, 2016

“SPARCHS designed an innovative apartment building…contemporary and memorable…[that] is not only modern and eye-catching, but also affordable and doesn’t take up much space [in the city]”

 

Linden Street Apartments was praised by the online design and publication Design42Day which described the spaces as “contemporary and memorable” http://www.design42day.com

July 7, 2016

“Modern Design!”

 

Linden Street Apartments was described as “quite a dope apartment building” by the online publication Stupid Dope which as the name suggests features only the coolest in contemporary design. http://stupiddope.com

July 7 2016

As a Black Mass. the building form is at once powerful, indiscernible, and provocatively complex”

 

Linden Street Apartments was very well received on e-architect the London based online architecture publication  http://www.e-architect.co.uk

July 6, 2016

“Dois em um com facada revestida em metal, edifîcio abriga dois apatamentos organizadows em vários nîveis”

 

Linden Street Apartments was featured on the Brazilian architecture, design and lifestyle magazine Revista Decor http://www.revistadecor.com.br

July 6, 2016

Linden Street apartments was listed as a distincitve project changing the face of the Hayes valley in “An Architectural Renaissance” published in the San Francisco Chronicle http://www.pressreader.com

July 5, 2016

“…this contemporary new apartment building dominates the Hayes Valley side street with an attention-grabbing black facade and bold architectural details”

 

Linden Street Apartments is highly reviewed in “Inside This Bold New Hayes Valley Apartment Building” published on the online publication 7×7 which focuses on the latest in northern California culture. http://www.7×7.com

July 5 2016

“Linden Street Apartments, a small but stylish infill project…a sharp addition…that shows the district’s flair for fresh design” 
–John King

 

Linden Street Apartments was featured in the article “In Hayes Valley, old freeway site is now architectural showcase” written by the influential architecture critic John King and published in the San Francisco Chronicle. http://www.sfchronicle.com

July 5, 2016

Linden Street Apartments was featured in the upscale online architecture and home design publication CAAN Design which showcases the best in residential design  http://www.caandesign.com

July 4 2016

Linden Street Apartments was featured in “Black Mass” on the popular online magazine ArchDaily, the world’s most visited architecture website http://www.archdaily.com

July 4, 2016

This new apartment building in San Francisco is a bold addition to the street”

 

Linden Street Apartments  was very well received on the online architecture, art, design and travel magazine Contemporist  http://www.contemporist.com

June 30, 2016

“Challenging the local San Francisco vernacular with powerful contemporary style, the apartment building by SPARCHS plays with viewer perception, creating dynamic visual and spatial effects”
 

Linden Street Apartments was prominently featured in the June issue of Domus the famous Itailian architecture, art and design magazine.  http://www.domusweb.it

May 27, 2015

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA receives a Graham Foundation Grant to complete his book Elastic Architecture: Frederick Kiesler and Design Research in the First Age of Robotic Culture, published by MIT Press.

September 2014

Dr. Stephen Phillips’ review of Adrian Forty’s Concrete and Culture: A Material History is published in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians.

April 8, 2014

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA participated in the book launch event and discussion for L.A. [TEN] : Interviews on Los Angeles Architecture: 1970s-1990s at the Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York City. Participants include Thom Mayne, Eric Moss, Eva Franch, and Stephen Phillips.

February 27, 2014

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA participated in the book launch event and discussion for L.A. [Ten]: Interviews on Los Angeles Architecture 1970s-1990s. Participants included Annie Chu, Joe Day, Neil Denari, Ming Fung, Craig Hodgetts, and Stephen Phillips.

November 2013

Dr. Stephen Phillips’ book L.A. [Ten]: Interviews on Los Angeles Architecture: 1970s to 1990s is published by Lars Muller Publications.

April 2013

Dr. Stephen Phillips’ article “Architecture Industry: The L.A. Ten” is published in Overdrive: L.A. Constructs of the Future, 1940-1990. (Los Angeles: Getty Publications, April 2013).

June 2012

Dr. Stephen Phillips’ article “A Digital Romance and What’s Next” is published in B+U Design Peak 12 (Seoul: Equal Books, 2012)

Spring 2012

Dr. Stephen Phillips’ article “The Form of Cultural Matters” is published in The Culture Now Project, edited by Thom Mayne and Karen Lohrmann (Los Angeles: Regents of the University of California, UCLA Department of Architecture & Urban Design, 2012).

Winter 2010

Dr. Stephen Phillips’ article “Toward a Research Practice: Frederick Kiesler’s Design Correlation Laboratory” is published in Grey Room 38 (MIT Press, Winter 2010)

October 2010

Stephen Phillips is invited to lecture on “Ambient Figures” in Media Res: with B+U at the Mak Museum as part of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design Lecture Series.

MARCH 2010

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA is invited to lecture on “Autonomic Vision: Frederick Kiesler’s Display Tactics and Techniques” at the J. Paul Getty Research Institute Lecture Series, Los Angeles.

May 2009

Stephen Phillips organizes and moderates the Research Practice Symposium at California Polytechnic State University. Speakers included: Beatriz Colomina, Mark Wigley, Jeffrey Inaba, Ed Keller, Raveevarn Choksombatchai, Lisa Iwamoto, and Craig Scott.

March 2009

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA receives a Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellowship to live in Washington D.C. for six months to pursue research at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art in order to expand his dissertation for publication. Fellowship applications are received internationally from scholars who are working in the arts, humanities, and sciences.

March 20, 2009

Stephen Phillips’ Cal Poly research laboratory—Studio Ambition—holds their mid-term reviews at the San Francisco AIA, 130 Sutter Street and at Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM), 1 Front Street in San Francisco. Invited guests included architects Roddy Creedon, Mark Anderson, Maria Paz Gutierrez, Ines Lejarraga, Keith Plymale, Rory Carroll, Bruce Tomb, Henri de Hahn, Margaret Ikeda, Lindsay Tella, and Johnson Tang.

March 2009

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA receives a Postdoctoral Getty Residential Fellowship for the academic theme year “The Display of Art”, 2009-2010. The Postdoctoral Getty Residential Fellowship is designed to support emerging scholars to pursue research and expand their dissertations for publication. Fellowship recipients are awarded an annual stipend in addition to an apartment and office at the Getty. While in residence at the Getty, Fellows pursue projects related to the Getty Research Institute’s annual theme, make use of the Getty collections, join in a weekly meeting with other Getty Fellows and Visiting Scholars, and participate in the intellectual life of the Getty Center. Applications are received from scholars of all nationalities who are working in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.

March 2009

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA and photographer Monica Nouwens receive a Graham Foundation Grant to complete research in Los Angeles for their book project New LA Schools: A Site of Massive Change.

February 27, 2009

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect and theorist Reinhold Martin.

Winter 2009

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA who was awarded the prestigious 2008-2009 ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) was featured in the The Tribune on Saturday, January 10, 2009.

 

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January 16, 2009

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Joel Sanders.

Summer/Fall 2008

Dr. Stephen Phillips, AIA was awarded the prestigious 2008-2009 ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). Each year, the ACSA and AIAS honor up to three faculty nationally who have demonstrated excellence in teaching performance during the formative years of their architecture design teaching career. Presentation of the award will take place at a special plenary Awards Ceremony at the 97th ACSA Annual Meeting to be held March 26-29, 2009 in Portland, Oregon. Recipients of the 2008-09 ACSA and AIA Education Awards will be published in the 2009 ACSA/AIA Architectural Education Awards Book, which will be distributed during the Award Ceremony at the 97th ACSA Annual Meeting.

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Stephen AIA’s article “Death of The Digital Office” was published in Canada’s alternative design magazine, Elemente, December 2008. In addition, his article “The New Avant-Garde Radically Challenges East and West” was published in Brownbook Magazine, Dubai’s stylish uban design and fashion guide to the Middle East, November 2008.

 

Stephen AIA’s research proposal for a new book with renowned Dutch Photographer Monica Nouwens– “New LA Schools: A Site of Massive Change”–was advanced to the final round of proposal submissions.

 

Stephen also served this fall as an invited guest critic at SCI-Arc’s final graduate thesis reviews in Los Angeles in addition to participating as an invited guest critic on final reviews at Harvard Graduate School of Design, and the Cooper Union in New York City.

 

Stephen Phillips Architects (SPARCHS)’ design for the Linden Street Apartments in San Francisco was published in San Francisco AIA’s Small Firms Great Projects 2008/2009 book series.

September 22, 2008

Stephen Phillips launches Ambition Studio at Cal Poly: a research laboratory for thesis students dedicated to Research Practice as An Ambitious Production.

 

“It is an exciting, if ambitious proposition, to make a serious contribution to contemporary architecture and the profession through research as a practice. Architecture is at once the study and investigation of historic and contemporary ideas through research—as well as the practical engagement of building through its manufacture and technique of construction. Buildings can be highly controversial as they perform the very basic acts of providing shelter and event spaces. They can incite discourse and debate by engaging popular culture, criticism, and politics through multi-media. Architecture is a robust profession of extreme ambition that participates meaningfully in global concerns through a wide range of contemporary rural, suburban, and metropolitan architectural acts.”

 

See the Prospectus:

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September 6-7, 2008

Stephen Phillips is an invited guest for Final Thesis Reviews at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles

August 2008

Stephen Phillips’ article “The New Avant-garde in Dubai Radically Challenges East and West” is published in Dubai’s Brownbook magazine.

 

“Fervent embrace of avant-garde art and architecture in Dubai among other cities of the United Arab Emirates has radically challenged perceptions of Middle Eastern Culture worldwide. The ‘Dubai effect’ can be strongly felt in cities across the globe—including Los Angeles—where new attitudes, discourse, and resources are emerging for artists and architects in the wake of a new global intelligence that is cutting through centuries of misunderstanding between the East and the West. Contemporary California architect, professor, and theorist Stephen Phillips and renowned Dutch photographer Monica Nouwens surveyed a diverse group of Middle Eastern artists and architects in Los Angeles to get the candid story of these exciting changes as they affect the LA scene.”

August 12, 2008

Final Review for Stephen Phillips’ Advanced Design Studio at Cal Poly in the Fishbowl 2pm to 5pm

 

Phillips’ research laboratory at Cal Poly developed several innovative skyscraper designs for the ThyssenKrupp Elevator Competition for a Tall Emblem Structure in Zaabeel Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

June 16, 2008

Stephen Phillips’ design for the Linden Street Apartments is approved by the San Francisco Planning Department.

June 16, 2008

Stephen Phillips’ design for the Linden Street Apartments is approved by the San Francisco Planning Department.

May 2008

Stephen Phillips’ SPACESCRAPER: A Manifold Infrastructure for the Exo-urban Condition” skyscraper competition entry is published in Skyscraper for The XXI Century, edited by Carlo Aiello as one of the top designs of the 2006-2008 eVolo Skyscraper Competition in New York City.

 

Phillips’ 2007 original design for a Spacescraper creatively invents a new speculative world structure with advanced NASA technology that expands urbanity into outer space. Innovative photovoltaic elevators powered by lasers, carbon nanotube fiber structures, and advanced environmental control systems support an extensive universal cable system that houses societal needs on mass scale. Space for individuals, corporations, and entire cities grow to organize within Spacescraper’s continuous exoskeletal form. Derived through a series of digital scripting explorations initiated alongside study of carbon molecular structures, Spacescraper performs as a habitable biomimetic network tethering the Earth’s atmosphere.

 

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May 23, 2008

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Mark Mack.

May 16, 2008

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Greg Lynn and architectural critic Sylvia Lavin.

May 12, 2008

Stephen Phillips is an invited guest for Raveevarn Choksombatchai and Maxi Spina’s Final Graduate Architecture Design Reviews at the University of California, Berkeley.

May 9, 2008

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Neil Denari.

May 7, 2008

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Jill Stoner.

May 2008

Stephen Phillips’ SPACESCRAPER: A Manifold Infrastructure for the Exo-urban Condition” skyscraper competition entry is published in Skyscraper for The XXI Century, edited by Carlo Aiello as one of the top designs of the 2006-2008 eVolo Skyscraper Competition in New York City.

 

Phillips’ 2007 original design for a Spacescraper creatively invents a new speculative world structure with advanced NASA technology that expands urbanity into outer space. Innovative photovoltaic elevators powered by lasers, carbon nanotube fiber structures, and advanced environmental control systems support an extensive universal cable system that houses societal needs on mass scale. Space for individuals, corporations, and entire cities grow to organize within Spacescraper’s continuous exoskeletal form. Derived through a series of digital scripting explorations initiated alongside study of carbon molecular structures, Spacescraper performs as a habitable biomimetic network tethering the Earth’s atmosphere.

April 22, 2008

Stephen Phillips successfully defends his dissertation titled “Elastic Architecture: Frederick Kiesler and His Research Practice—A Study of Continuity in The Age of Modern Production,” at Princeton University School of Architecture. In attendance: Adviser Beatriz Colomina, Readers Mark Wigley and Spyros Papapetros, Examiners Stan Allen and Detlef Mertins. In public support: Sarah Whiting, Jeannie Kim, Sarah DeYoung, Joaquim Moreno, and Daniel Lopez-Perez among many others.

April 4, 2008

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Hernan Diaz Alonso.

February 1, 2008

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Ron Witte of WW.

Winter 2008

Stephen Phillips is on leave to complete his dissertation at Princeton University School of Architecture.

December 12, 2007

Stephen Phillips is an invited guest for Marcelo Spina, Tom Wiscombe, John Enright, and Russell Thomsen’s Final Design Reviews at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles.

December 7, 2007

Stephen Phillips is an invited guest for Georgina Huljich and Marcelyn Gow’s Final Studio Reviews at the University of California, Los Angeles.

November 17, 2007

Final Review for Stephen Phillips’ Thesis students at Cal Poly in the Berg Gallery 1pm to 6pm

 

Invited critics will include Pavel Getov and Marty Doscher of mOrphosis, Maxi Spina, Thom Faulders of Beige Design and Keith Plymale of Volume 21.

November 16, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architects Pavel Getov and Marty Doscher of mOrphosis.

November 2007

Stephen Phillips‘ article “Big, Vast, Powerful, and Contemporary: Picturing Education in LA,” is published in 34 Magazine, No. 11, alongside photos by well-known Dutch photographer Monica Nouwens.

 

“To be in LA is to be cool and edgy, living at the center of a robust urban network that drives media to the farthest extremes. How does the next generation learn to live in this new world structure? Students are raised not to notice. LA’s schools are big to help students adjust to feeling small. Spaces are vast to contain the population. Environments are powerful to impress the students to behave. The architecture is cool and edgy; it accustoms students to their harsh urban surroundings, as they learn to act-right, hang-out, and just fit-in.”

 

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November 2007

Stephen Phillips was invited to join-in the multi-day “HI-C” Critical Studies Seminar by Sylvia Lavin at UCLA Department of Architecture; invited speakers to include Yves Alain Bois and Jeffrey Schnapp.

October 24, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Paffard Keatinge-Clay.

October 19, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Nezar AlSayyad.

October 12, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architectural critic Jeff Kipnis.

October 5, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Wes Jones.

October 2007

Stephen Phillips’ schematic design for the Desmond Residence Remodel is approved by the client for construction.

 

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Fall 2007

Stephen Phillips is invited as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture History and Theory to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to teach a graduate level MArch and PhD seminar in Architecture Theory and Criticism. The seminar is titled “Elastic Architecture: Automatism and the Search for Organic Form” and it will intensively examine the material, visual, and cultural effects of modern media and technology on the design of organic form.

September 13-15, 2007

Stephen Phillips was invited to return to the CCA to deliver a paper “Political and Ethical Morphologies: Designing the Shrine of the Book” in Associate Head of the CCA Study Centre, Alexis Sornin’s panel session at The Reconciling Poetics and Ethics in Architecture conference held in Montreal at McGill University and the Canadian Center for Architecture

 

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Summer 2007

Stephen Phillips’ design for the Gold/Hall Residence addition and remodel for Fox Network’s Vice President of Drama in Malibu Canyon completed construction on time and in budget.

June 2007

Stephen Phillips’ design for the Shapiro Residence renovation and addition in Play del Rey, California for Malibu District Attorney received expedient approvals from the California Coastal Commision, Los Angeles City Planning Department, and Los Angeles City Building Department. The project has started construction on time and in budget.

 

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May 18, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Stanley Saitowitz.

May 11, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Kevin Daly of Daly/Genik Architects.

April 27 & 28, 2007

Stephen Phillips is an invited guest for Final Graduate Architecture Thesis Design Reviews at the University of California, Berkeley.

April 20, 2007

Director Stephen Phillips of the Hearst Lecture Series at Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect David Erdman of Servo and David Clovers.

April 18, 2007

Stephen Phillips is an invited guest for Marcelo Spina, Tom Wiscombe, and Peter Testa’s Final Design Reviews at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles.

 

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April 13, 2007

Stephen Phillips, new Director of the Hearst Lecture Series at  Cal Poly introduces and hosts architect Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich of Patterns.

March 2, 2007

Stephen Phillips co-hosts the Temporalism Conference and Exhibition with Branden Hookway at Cornell AAP in New York City: 50 W 17th Street, 2nd Floor. 3:00pm -7:30pm. 

 

Temporalism posits time and motion as central to the most compelling architectural thought and practice today. From the adoption of new media, including computer animation design software, to the increased complexity of organizational planning and infrastructural networks, temporal systems increasingly determine the character of our built environment. This conference brings together a diverse group of architectural historians and theorists to present and discuss discipline-specific temporal concerns relevant to wider historic, cultural, and technological contexts. An intensive half-day event, Temporalism will define a rich and lively zone of debate, with implications for future inquiry into the role of temporality in architecture practice and culture.

 

Speakers will include: Joan Ockman (Columbia), Spyridon Papapetros (Princeton), Stephen Phillips (Cal Poly), Felicity Scott (Columbia), David Leatherbarrow (Penn), Branden Hookway (Cornell), Ed Keller (Columbia/SCI-Arch), Helene Furjan (Penn) and Antoine Picon (Harvard).

 

Exhibition includes work by: AlUM Studio, Biothing, Gnuform, Sergio Lopez-Piniero, Indie Architecture, IwamotoScott, Ciro Najle, Yusuke Obushi, Patterns, Responsive Systems Group, Servo, Rafi Segal, Michael Silver, Martha Skinner, SPARCHS, Veev Design, Bernardo Zavattini, and UN Studio.

 

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February 23, 2007

Stephen Phillips introduces and hosts designer Tom Wiscombe of Emergent at Cal Poly’s Hearst Lecture Series.

February 2007

Stephen Phillips designs a highly innovative 6,000 sq.ft. contemporary home with panoramic ocean and canyon views for Bay View Development in San Diego. Plans are to be submitted for planning review.

 

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November 17, 2006

Stephen Phillips introduces and hosts architect Anthony Burke at Cal Poly’s Hearst Lecture Series.

October 20, 2006

Stephen Phillips introduces and hosts architectual critic and writer Manuel DeLanda at Cal Poly’s Hearst Lecture Series.

Summer 2006

Stephen Phillips receives a Collection Research Grant to study at the Canadian Center for Architecture (CCA) in Montreal.

May 12, 2006

Stephen Phillips introduces and hosts architect Paul Lewis at Cal Poly’s Hearst Lecture Series.

April 26, 2006

Stephen Phillips introduces and hosts architect Lisa Iwamoto at Cal Poly’s Hearst Lecture Series.

April 2006

Stephen Phillips’ design for Sebo Restaurant, in Hayes Valley San Francisco was published in San Francisco’s 7×7 magazine and recieved highly favorable write-ups in the restaurant review section of the San Francisco Chronicle, Zagat guide, and other on-line restaurant guides.

 

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February 2006

Stephen Phillips lectures at Princeton University School of Architecture on “Research Practice: Frederick Kiesler’s Design Correlation Laboratory.”

Fall 2005

Upon teaching as a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley; the California College of the Arts, (CCA); and the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Stephen Phillips accepts a position as an Assistant Professor of Design at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly).

August 2005

Stephen Phillips lectures at Architecture + Art: New Visions New Strategies, 2nd International Alvar Aalto Research Conference on Modern Architecture, Jyväskylä, Finland, on “Autonomic Vision.”

July 2005

Stephen Phillips exhibits his “T+M House,” (SPARCHS) at the Museumsquartier21 Artists Exhibition, Cuisine Digital, Transeuropa, Vienna.

July 2005

Stephen Phillips lectures at the Akademie Der Buildenden Kunste, Institute for Architecture, sponsored by the Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation and Museumsquartier in Vienna, on “Creative Evolution: Becoming Kiesler.”

Summer 2005

Stephen Phillips receives an Artist-in-Residence Grant, resident and research fellowship to study, design, and exhibit his work at the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna.

Aprill 2005

Stephen Phillips’ Design for the Longwell Residence, “Art Exhibit” published in Sunset Magazine.

FEBRUARY 2005

Stephen Phillips lectures at University of California, Berkeley, Department of Architecture Architecture & Urbanism Research Colloquium, on “The Kiesler Effect.”