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Philip Castillo, FAIA brings over 30 years experience, working on a variety of building types, including the more complex projects the practice has been engaged with. As Managing Director he works in every capacity of a project and is responsible for planning, design, management and systems integration ensuring that the design intent is maintained throughout the process. His resume includes projects on a global scale such as Sony Center Berlin, The Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok, Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Tokyo Station Yaesu Development in Japan and 1000M in Chicago as well as smaller projects that foster innovation like the Harold and Margo Schiff Residences in Chicago and a system of Urban Furniture for the JC Decaux Company. Philip’s background allows him a unique perspective on buildings with complex programs and systems and the thorough understanding of how a project’s components and details are synthesized within the design concept.

Philip was inducted into College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2010. Speaking engagements have included World Conferences for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in Melbourne, Australia in 2001 and Mumbai, India in 2010.

Born in 1952 in Highland Park, Illinois, Philip studied architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He began his association with JAHN in 1978.