Applying her professional skills in architecture, interior design, and historic preservation, Ann Phillips brings a fresh and creative outlook to Quinn Evans Architects’ work in adaptive use and urban development.
She believes that transformational projects require transdisciplinary processes as well as perspectives from beyond the AEC world, and that community engagement is vital to planning and design.
Ann’s expertise helps leverage historic preservation and adaptive use as cost-effective tools to revitalize neighborhoods and urban districts. Through her focus on public interest design, she consistently affirms the importance of the profession’s role in achieving social, economic, and ecological benefits while creating stronger, more equitable communities.
- Master of Architecture: Architecture, University of Oregon, 2014
- Master of Science: Historic Preservation, University of Oregon, 2014
- Bachelor of Fine Arts: Interior Design, Iowa State University, 2008
- American Institute of Architects