Philippe d’Anjou is a Professor at Florida Atlantic University, USA, where he teaches design, theory, and ethics in the field of architecture. He has previously taught in other well-established universities in the USA, Latin America and Asia. Professor d’Anjou carried out his higher education in Canada, where he pursued doctoral studies in design after obtaining both graduate and professional degrees in architecture; he also studied cinema, fine arts, and natural sciences. His research, philosophical in nature, explores design and design ethics from an existential perspective. It has been published in prominent academic journals and volumes such as The Design Philosophy Reader, translated into Chinese, and presented at conferences and universities worldwide. He is also an associate of The Studio at the Edge of the World, an innovative interdisciplinary and international design research and think-tank partnership, created and directed by the world renowned design theorist and scholar Tony Fry.