Scott N Phillips has designed and executed over 60 built works of architecture in the public and private sectors throughout the United States. Mr. Phillips has led design and construction teams in a broad range of building types, including higher education, commercial office buildings and interiors, affordable multi-family housing, K-12 schools, retail, healthcare, and high-end residential.
Regardless of building type, the works of architecture share many common denominators – distinctive form, well proportioned space, and natural materials, all articulated with descriptive detailing. Overlaid with the abundant use of natural light, fresh air, and controlled solar heat, the work has long utilized the principles of sustainable architecture.
Mr. Phillips work has received numerous awards, beginning with the AIA Interior Architecture Award in 1991, followed by the prestigious Emerging Voices selection by the Architectural League of New York in 1993. He also received an AIA Tampa Bay Honor Award for its work on the Stetson University Center. Articles on his buildings and interiors has appeared in over two dozen publications, including the NY Times, Progressive Architecture, Interior Design, House and Garden, and Home . Scott’s recent work in San Francisco contributed to the LEED Gold certification of the Integrated Housing and Homelessness Clinic.
In addition to the practice of architecture, Mr. Phillips consults as an Owner’s Representative, advising owners and investors through any phase of an architectural project, from site selection to construction contract supervision.