Philip Christou

Philip Christou

Prof Philip Christou is an Associate Professor in Architectural Design at The Cass, and has taught Architectural Design at London Met since 1985. Architectural design research, practice and teaching are given equal emphasis in this work. He has run workshops and regularly gives guest lectures internationally.

Philip was born in 1956 in Lethbridge, Alberta, in Western Canada. He studied Art History at McGill University, Montreal, and Fine Art at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada, receiving Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Art degrees. He worked as an assistant with the artists Krzysztof Wodiczko and Daniel Buren on gallery and public art installations following his fine art studies. He studied architecture at the Architectural Association, London. He has lived and worked in the UK since 1980.

Email: p.christou@londonmet.ac.uk

Portfolio

 Book: Architecture as City
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 City Scales Exhibition
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 Saemangeum Island City
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 Translations
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