David B. Maxfield Memorial Lecture in Architecture

Monday, September 25, 2017
4:00 pm
Alumni Hall 1

Philip Horton is a clinical assistant professor, a senior sustainability scientist, and he currently acting as the architecture program coordinator and assistant director for strategic communications in The Design School. 

Horton advised Team ASUNM (Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico) on the SHADE house (Solar Homes Adapting for Desert Equilibrium) for the US Department of Energy's 2013 Solar Decathlon, and served as studio professor for the Waimea Nui Community Development Initiative with the Native Hawaiian Homesteaders' Association. Previous projects include the Comfort Zones project at Terminal 2 of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (done with Tri-Core Engineering of Phoenix), the new OASIS bus shelters for the City of Phoenix (done with TranSystems Corporation of Phoenix), and the 7th Avenue Lampshade Canopies in Phoenix (done with Waibel & Associates Landscape Architecture).

Philip Horton
Philip Horton
Arizona State University