Philip Gumuchdjian

Philip Gumuchdjian video interview on architecture, sustainability, and decoration

By Nikola Tosic

I interviewed Philip Gumuchdjian at Venice Biennial of Architecture this summer while he was presenting his project A linear festival along the Transcaucasian Trail.

You can also read my previous interview with Philip on Philip Gumuchdjian interview on the role of architects in fighting climate change.

Philip Gumuchdjian is an architect known for various architectural projects oriented towards sustainable environmental solutions, including the Marylebone School Performing Arts Centre, the Think Tank pavilion, the Giant Recycled Paper Building, and renovated Richard Rogers’ Wimbledon House. He works on developing the common sense about sustainability, urban development, and the role of architects in the environmental crisis. He received numerous construction industry and RIBA Awards, two of which are Stephen Lawrence Prizes.