Philip trained as an architect and has taught extensively throughout Europe. In London he has lectured in the City Design school of the Royal College of Art and taught workshops at the Bartlett School of Architecture and the Architecture Association. He recently completed an MSc in Urban Planning Studies at the London School of Economics, graduating with distinction and authoring his dissertation on the relationship between spatial perception and neighbourhood satisfaction.
Before joining The Townscape Consultancy, Philip worked as a visualisation specialist in Paris and technical director of the company he cofounded in Milan. His work is widely published, and he has collaborated with numerous acclaimed design and architecture firms including Fosters and Partners, Heatherwick Studio, PLP and Allies Morrison in the UK. With more than ten years of experience managing complex digital processes he has established a strong professional skillset specialised in digital communications, spatial analysis, and design development. He advocates for refined and high-quality design solutions, bringing a precise critical eye to townscape and visual impact assessments at The Townscape Consultancy.