Alum Brandon Phillips and His Home Featured on HBO TV Series

Alum Brandon Phillips and His Home Featured on HBO TV Series

Alum Brandon Phillips and His Home Featured on HBO TV Series

A three-story factory building is situated next to dark gray road. A sidewalk leads to the front door of the building, and the building is surrounded by a small lawn area.

Brandon and Amy Phillp’s home and furniture workshop in Geneva, NY. Image courtesy of Dwell Magazine.

Brandon and Amy Phillp’s home and furniture workshop in Geneva, NY. Image courtesy of Dwell Magazine.

Alum Brandon Phillips (BFA 2000) and his wife Amy Phillips were recently featured on an episode of the HBO television series Where We Call Home. The television series follows different designers and homeowners each episode as they explain how they transformed a commercial or unconventional property into a modern home. The sixth episode in their first season, titled “The Factory,” spotlights the couple’s home in Geneva, New York, a 65,000-square-foot factory originally built in the 19th century. While the building’s second floor contains the Phillips’ two-bedroom living space, an event space, and a letterpress studio, the building’s first floor is used as a workshop and showroom for their furniture company Miles & May Furniture Works. Currently, the factory’s third floor has not yet been renovated, but the couple and business partners have made plans to use the floor to host artist residencies.  

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