Philip Hastings

BSc, BArch, OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP, ext 221

Born in England, Philip grew up in Toronto and rural, eastern Ontario, and worked in Canada and abroad. This diversity of culture and experience has heightened his awareness of his surroundings, broadened his interests and perspective, and sharpened his resourceful and creative approach to design.

Philip holds a bachelor’s of science degree in biology from McGill University (1988), and a bachelor’s of architecture from the University of British Columbia (1994).

Philip founded Philip Hastings Architect in 2001 and co-founded Gow Hastings Architects in 2002 after significant experience as a Project Architect at both Teeple Architects (Toronto) and Dixon Jones Architects (UK). He also worked for Stuart Howard Architects (Vancouver). His experience includes renovations to Somerset House in London, the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds and the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.

Speaking Engagements
Doors Open Toronto, Studio Tours, 2012/15
PechaKucha, Toronto, 2010/13
“Designing Teaching Kitchens,” 2012
“George Brown Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts” (IFMA) International Facility Management Association, 2010
“George Brown Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts” World Architecture Festival Barcelona
Humber College Interior Design, 2010