Jin Gyu “Phillip” Park

Graduate Coordinator
Associate Professor

Interior Design
Job Overview: 
Dr. Park teaches the areas of Evidence-Based Design and Research, Technology in Environmental Design such as AutoCAD and REVIT, and Space Planning for Commercial Environments. ADES 3620 – ID: AutoCAD ADES 3640 – ID: Space Planning III ADES 4615 – ID: Topics in Interior Design
Contact Information
Office: 
ART 206
Areas of Expertise: 
Healing Environments for Pediatric Patients Evidence-Based Design in Healthcare Environments
Bio: 

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

His academic focus is 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 pediatric patient room design. His teaching involves the areas of Evidence-Based Design and Research, Technology in Environmental Design, and Space Planning for Commercial Environments.

Dr. Park had worked for 8 years as an architectural designer. He is a professional member of the Interior Design Educators Council, the Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, the Korean Institute of Architects, and regular member of the Environmental Design Research Association.