10 World Trade
Philip is a Co-Director of Sasaki’s office in New York. He is responsible for the realization of a wide range of projects from pop-up parklets and urban plazas to large-scale landscape planning as well as public parks and waterfront developments. Philip brings proven experience in realizing complex urban sites across a range of scales, often collaborating with large multidisciplinary teams.
With a passion that lies at the intersection of people and the built and natural environment, he looks to create dynamic, experiential landscapes that integrate art, ecology and resiliency. A systems thinker, Philip balances the complex infrastructural demands on our urban environments with the evolving social, environmental and cultural needs of today’s public spaces.
Philip’s dedication to a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach is at the core of his practice; he encourages open dialogue that promotes exploration and innovation at every stage of the design process. His role has spanned early development planning and approvals through to implementation, and uses his expertise in the realization of public spaces to guide public and private clients through the complexities of urban projects.
Prior to Sasaki, Philip practiced for several years in London, working on large scale landscape planning and green infrastructure projects. He holds a postgraduate diploma and a bachelor of arts in landscape architecture from Leeds Beckett University.
Los Angeles, CA
In Boston's bustling Seaport, Sasaki recognized a unique opportunity to integrate architecture and landscape
Press including Metropolis, World Landscape Architecture (WLA), and Boston Business Journal have recently featured Sasaki’s life science building and site at 10 World Trade, which will break ground in Boston’s Seaport District in late 2021