Philip Beesley – Experimental architect
From Nine To Noon
Interdisciplinary artist and architect Philip Beesley is a professor in the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo, an examiner University College London and is principal of the Toronto design collective PBAI.
His work is widely cited as a pioneer in the rapidly expanding technology of responsive architecture and spans a diverse range of expressive media, from that of architecture to sculpture and installation.
With the ground breaking Hylozoic Soil Series, Beesley demonstrates how buildings in the future might move, and even feel and think.
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