Phat Le

Sessional Lecturer

Phat Le is an architectural designer for the Infrastructure Institute at the University of Toronto’s School of Cities. He is also a sessional lecturer at the Daniels Faculty. Le’s research focuses on multigenerational housing, urban collectivity, queer placemaking and Asian diasporic communities. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from the Daniels Faculty, and received the Kuwabara-Jackman Architecture Thesis Gold Medal and the Irving Grossman Prize for his thesis Cut Fruit Means I Love You, which explores how architecture can respond to community power and control.