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Pool Spa Technologies, Inc
600 S. Andreasen
Escondido, CA 92029
T (760) 270-0600
Skip Phillips is one of the world’s most renowned
designers and builders of custom swimming pools, spas and other
forms of aquatic architecture. His design firm, Pool Spa Technologies, Inc.,
has been retained internationally on acclaimed and award-winning
works of art for decades, and his attention to detail and high standards
is second-to-none. His rise to public prominence first crystallized in
1993 when The Robb Report declared him “the world’s most influential
swimming pool designer.” Since then he has received almost-constant
coverage in trade magazines, television segments including multiple
HGTV appearances, newspapers and prestigious national publications
including Better Homes & Gardens, New York Times, Millionaire,
Tycoon, Architectural Digest, and The Wall Street Journal.
In recent years, his high-flying profile has spread internationally through sources including Germany’s IQ magazine, Canada’s World’s Best, the Italian design journal Piscine Oggi, and by way of his live educational presentations in Italy, Australia, Bali and Germany. Many regard him as the world’s leading authority on vanishing edge design (his vanishing-edge program was recently accepted for Continuing Education Units for the Architectural Institute of British Columbia.) Phillips has provided expert witness services for over 350 construction defect cases and is regularly interviewed for magazines throughout the world. Prior to co-founding GENESIS®, Phillips was active with the National Spa and Pool Institute (NSPI), serving as National President and hosting the first Congressional reception for the pool and spa industry in Washington, DC in 1993.
Skip Phillips Education Credits
Level II Design School "2000"
Fountain Design School "2001"
Hadco Lighting School "2001"
Drawing School "2002"
Rock & Water School "2005"
Pool & Watershape Construction School "2005"
Design Schools "2005"
- Elements of Design
- Measured Perspective
- Basic Color Theory
- Vocabulary of Architecture and Style
- Creating Digital Presentations