Philip Donovan


Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

Philip Donovan is a national director of regenerative design and a member of the Regen Colab with Little Diversified Architectural Consulting in Orlando, FL. Philip’s experience over the past 17 years has been deeply rooted in the design of high-performance, zero-energy, regenerative built environments that are focused on the health and well-being of the building occupants, bioregions and social communities they are deeply interconnected too. He has served as a project architect on five net-zero energy schools including NeoCity Academy in Kissimmee, Florida’s first zero energy school and the project lead for the 4Roots Regenerative Agriculture campus in Orlando, FL which is currently being constructed to achieve a net-positive carbon status and is pursuing Living Building Challenge certification. Philip is also a member of the Florida State AIA advisory council on Resilient Design, the Green Energy Taskforce for Miami-Dade County Public schools and a member of the Orange County Sustainability and Resiliency Committee. Over the past several years Philip has served as a technical peer reviewer for the Advanced Energy Design Guide for K-12 Schools: Achieving Zero Energy as well as a book reviewer for the USGBC’s Center for Green Schools. Philip has spoken at national and international conferences about high-performance, zero energy, regenerative design.