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  1. Phil Patton

    Phil Patton writes on automobile design for the New York Times. He was co-curator of Curves of Steel, a show of streamlined cars at the Phoenix Art Museum and teaches in the new Design Crit Program...

    01.13.09

  2. Philip Bro Ludvigsen

    Philip Bro Ludvigsen

    Philip Bro Ludvigsen was born 1962 and educated at the Danish School of Design and Art. In 1998 he established the ‘philip bro’ design studio. In his short career he has already desi...

    12.22.10

  3. Philip Case Cohen

    Phil Cohen is a photographer, lifelong New Englander, and a Portsmouth transplant.

    03.14.13

  4. Philip Edis

    09.01.09

  5. Philip Jodidio

    Philip Jodidio was educated at Harvard University. He was the Editor in Chief of the leading French art monthly Connaissance des Arts from 1979 to 2002. He has written widely in magazines, and is...

    08.11.09

  6. Philip Johnson

    Philip Johnson

    Absenting Frank Lloyd Wright, Philip Johnson was perhaps the most famous and influential American architect of the 20th century. The Pritzker Prize winner (1979) was a pioneer in American modernism...

    02.10.10

  7. Philip Kennicott

    As culture critic for the Washington Post, Phillip Kennicott regularly laments the lack of interesting contemporary architecture in the nation's capital. His job got a little more difficult upon...

    01.14.09

  8. Philip Newton

    01.16.09

  9. Philip Nobel

    Philip Nobel

    Philip Nobel is the author of Sixteen Acres: Architecture and the Outrageous Struggle for the Future of Ground Zero (Metropolitan, 2005). He regularly writes architectural criticism for The New...

    05.29.12

  10. Philipp Beyeler

    Award-Winning Designer Philipp Beyeler Winner of numerous international design awards, the Swiss designer Philipp Beyeler brings a new approach to the world of kitchenware. His designs include the ...

    07.21.09

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