Philip Bussey is a designer based in St. Paul, MN. His primary research and design interests lie in exploring new technologies in computation and fabrication (both digital and analog).
His previous work experience has included a structural engineering and facade design consultant (Thornton Tomasetti), specialty fabrication shops (Seeyond and Radius Track), a full service architecture office (HGA, CGA), and a material testing firm (AET). He is currently employed as an architect and technologist at AECOM.
He has a B.S. Arch and M.Arch degree from the University of Minnesota's College of Design. His final project (with Hwan Kim and Sangyong Hahn) won a Richard Morrill Master's Final Project Award, and his work as Marc Swackhamer's research assistant on VarVac Wall was presented at ACADIA 2013 and was the winner of an R&D award from Architect Magazine in 2014.