2013 - Daylight Symposium
Bringing daylight back into our public buildings - Philip Allsopp
Writer, activist and architect
Philip Allsopp RIBA, FRSA, is a writer, speaker and activist directly involved for many years in shaping the policies and physical environments that encourage active living, economic diversity and greater community resilience. Phil Allsopp has a professional and academic background in the fields of architecture, public health and systems dynamics. He is the co-founder of Transpolis Global, a multi-disciplinary organisation combining urban design, architecture, public policy and community advocacy, with clients in the USA, EU and Australia. Phil serves on Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton’s Sustainability Advisory Committee, the Board of the Sonoran Institute, and is the immediate past President and Chief Executive Officer of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, based at Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona. Allsopp’s main fields of interest are human habitat, public health and public policy, particularly the connections between our built environment health and well-being.