PHILLIP CHUM

 

Based in Sydney, Phillip completed a Masters of Architecture in 2018 and is currently working at CO-AP (Architects) since 2015.

 

Passionate about architecture, design, photography and travel.

 

Architecture has the potential to connect us to future realities and alternate realities we can only imagine - whether this is through built form or through an idea presented on a page.

 

 

 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

2011: "Machines' featured on UTS Architecture website, as part of the subject Architectural Design: Forming.

 

2011: Series of work exhibited in the annual UTS INDEX show.

 

2013: Volunteer work in Cambodia as part of the Construction in Developing Communities winter elective with Michael Err.

 

2014: Attended studio program in Seoul, Korea, as part of a summer elective, Global Studio: Interior and Spatial Design, in collaboration with interior and spatial design students.

 

2014: Fi Part of an intensive studio program, 'Urban Islands', in collaboration with Bureau Spectacular from LA.

 

2015: Selected for UTS LA and Chicago Architecture trip, involving travel to the US with Dean Desley Luscombe and Head of School Anthony Burke.

 

2015: Series of photographic work exhibited at Bondi Pavilion Gallery for a group exhibition. The series titled 'Why not here?' documented a typology of mundane spaces within the urban fabric being transformed at night, shot in medium format film.

 

2015: 'Urban Innovation Ideas, George Street 2020' competition entry displayed in Customs House after being selected as one of the top entries. Project with Diana Bui.

2016: Final semester work exhibited in the annual UTS INDEX show. Selected for work to be presented in front of an audience as a part of a 'Pecha Kuch'.

2017: Presented final semester work at 'Big Ideas in Place', part of Place Leaders Asia Pacific Conference 2017 presented as part of Vivid Ideas.

2015: 'Ur Involved in the design, documentation and assisting in the construction of a small house in Cambodia as part of a University elective. The part required communication directly with client, consultants and builder, and the organisation of work between a group of undergraduate students during construction.