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Philip Beesley practices architecture, art and research in Waterloo and Toronto, Canada. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Waterloo, School of Architecture in Cambridge, Ontario and is co-director of Waterloo’s Integrated Centre for Manufacturing, Visualization and Design, a facility combining high-performance computing and automated manufacturing of architectural components. He received his professional degree in Architecture from the University of Toronto and received a Bachelor of Fine Art from Queen’s University in 1978 both summa cum laude. Prior to entering architecture he was a visual artist and worked in instrument making and machining. Work within the practice of Philip Beesley Architect combines public buildings, exhibitions, stage and graphic design. His sculpture in the last decade has focused on lightweight ‘textile’ environments. and landscape installations.