Phillip Park facing forward smiling, dark hair, glasses, button-down blue shirt

Phillip Park

Coordinator, Graduate Program — Interior Design
Associate Professor, Interior Design
Department of Design

Art Building, Room 256C


Areas of Expertise: Healing environments for pediatric patients, evidence-based design in healthcare environments.

Jin Gyu "Phillip" Park joined the College of Visual Arts & Design faculty in 2007. He received his Ph.D. and Master of Architecture degrees from the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

His academic focus is on evidence-based design, and his research interest relies on the relationship between built environments and human health and performance. His current research focuses on the value of color as a component in a healing environment for a pediatric patient room design. His teaching involves evidence-based design and research, technology in environmental design, and space planning for commercial environments.

Park previously worked as an architectural designer for eight years. He is a professional member of the Interior Design Educators Council, the Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, and the Korean Institute of Architects and a regular member of the Environmental Design Research Association.

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