Carol Phillips on the Mass Timber Today podcast
Moriyama Teshima Architects' Partner Carol Phillips (BES '90, BArch '92) recently joined the Mass Timber Today podcast. Episode 7 | Carol Phillips: Jill of All Trades – Mastering Collaboration for Architectural Innovation is streaming now.
The Mass Timber Today podcast was created by the Mass Timber Institute at the University of Toronto's John H. Daniels Faculty of Lanscape, Architecture, and Design at the University of Toronto.
The podcast aims to create a platform for meaningful conversations centered around mass timber construction and design. Probing the challenges, innovation, and trends with thoughtful and engaged experts in the design and building industry, and forestry will shed light on the future for mass timber construction.
Carol is a Partner with the renowned architecture firm Moriyama Teshima Architects (MTA) known for remarkable, innovative Canadian and international projects. Carol is Design Leader for MTA’s most ambitious low-carbon projects. A Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Carol’s inspired designs have received international awards and are distinguished by the spare but assertive use of materials that bring identity and grace to communities. Her practice is increasingly focused on low carbon and timber in the search for ways the construction industry can contribute better solutions to the climate crisis. Along with her built work, Carol provides service to the architectural community through teaching at the University of Toronto, lecturing internationally, acting as a juror for design awards, and sitting on various design review panels.