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December 5, 2002 to February 2, 2003

Dommert Phillips: Nine Storeys (Andrew Phillips, Alice Dommert)

The team of Alice Dommert and Andrew Phillips present a series of architectural projects that span the varied and extensive history of the firm. Models, photographs, drawings, and built objects will document both built and unbuilt works. Dommert/Phillips provides planning, design, and production services to institutions and individuals that include: programming, site analysis, planning, architectural design, interior design, and exhibition development and design. Dommert and Phillips find that the field of architecture and exhibit design mutually inform each other in their practice.

Alice Dommert is an exhibit designer and a licensed architect. Recent projects include a ten year Visitor Program Plan for the Morris Arboretum and a 15,000 square fool schematic exhibit design for the Mercer Museum. She is currently planning and developing an outdoor interpretive signage system for Philadelphia's Foundation for Architecture.

Andrew Phillips is a licensed architect who has worked on a wide array of educational, recreational, and residential projects. Recent projects include: Kakum National Park Visitor's Center in Ghana, a Visitor's Pavilion for Reiman Gardens at the Iowa State University and new loft offices for Ballentyne Brumble Communications. Current projects include: the Fruit House at Longwood Gardens in Kennet Square, PA; and a residence and studio for a painter in Narberth. In 2001, Phillips received the AIA Philadelphia Chapter Young Architect Award.

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