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by Philip Johan Vandermey and Jessie Marie Andjelic
Site: Calgary, AB


Philip Vandermey is an Dutch Canadian architect, urbanist, designer and theorist currently based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He has contributed to work published in several magazines, including Canadian Architect, Architect Magazine and MONU Magazine, exhibited in Calgary, Sau Paulo, Shenzen, Amsterdam and New York, and awarded with two Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence, the P/A Award, and the University of Calgary RAIC Student Gold Medal, among others. Philip contributes periodically at the University of Calgary as a sessional instructor, is a LEED Accredited Professional, and has worked for architects in Calgary, Montreal, Barcelona and Rotterdam. Other than reinventing Strip Malls, Philip is a Project Architect at BARCODE Architects and is working on several projects, including mixed use multifamily housing prototypes for Beijing – a collaboration between the NAI and Vanke.

Jessie Andjelic is a Canadian intern architect, urbanist, environmental activist and designer currently based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She was recognized as a student with the University of Calgary EVDS Gold Medal, the RAIC Student Gold Medal, the James Waugh Scholarship, was nominated for the Prix de Rome for Emerging Practitioners, and contributed as a Teacher's Assistant and as a member of the Master of Architecture admissions committee. Jessie has volunteered for organizations including Green Calgary, Hillhurst Community Garden, Verge Permaculture, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. She is interested in design that creates links between people, information, the built infrastructure of the city, and natural ecologies, and believes that small scale interventions can build community and support local forms of exchange. Jessie is  employed at Powerhouse Company.