Phillip Moloughney has worked at award winning firms BKK Architects, Denton Corker Marshall Architects and Marcus Oreilly Architects as well as being a certified consulting arborist. This additional experience as an arborist has given Phillip a niche cross disciplinary skill set allowing him the full potential and knowledge to explore the design of both landscape and built design.
Phillip has grown an active interest in the negotiation between the built architectural environment and the un-built natural environment within inner urban Australia. His passion driven by the ever increasing low-quality developments within the city and the reduction of vegetation and natural beauty. Phillip does not simply dismiss developments and instead views their high density living as essential to urban growth and housing affordability; actively investigating how to achieve a mutually beneficial relationship between both landscape and residential buildings.
Phillip Moloughney not only encourages a symbiotic relationship between the built and natural environment but investigates modes of sustainability through not only passive design technologies, but through timeless lasting design and materials; often taking inspiration from history, science, context and architectures which seek to create an emotional response within the user.