Phillip earned his Bachelor and Master’s of Science in Architecture with distinction at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. He joined the Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning in 2011 as a lecturer, heading the Architecture Section from 2014-16. In 2015 he embarked on his Ph.D. studies at University of Westminster in London, UK, on informal economies and spatial co-production. He is due to graduate in 2020.
M.Sc. Arch (TU Delft), B.Sc. Arch (TU Delft), Ph.D. candidate University of Westminster
MNCAQS (No 579), MNIA (No 358)
Participatory design and planning
Urban informal economies
Architectural Design, History and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism, Construction Materials and Technology
African Urbanization in Global Perspective, Honours Design Project 1, Master Design Thesis, Critical Urban Theory
Lühl, P., Delgado, G. (2016). A critical Analysis of the Mass Housing Programme. In Bankie, B. F., Jauch, H. (Ed.) The Urban Housing Crisis in Namibia: A Youth Perspective (pp. 208-220). Windhoek: National Youth Council of Namibia
MSc Graduation design project published in: Kaminer, T., Robles-Duran, M., Sohn, H., & Boyer, M. C. (2010). Urban asymmetries: studies and projects on neoliberal urbanization. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.