Hey NW, welcome to Phil Scorza’s crib. In this feature series, we’ll be looking at the intriguing offices of various professors at Northwestern. This week, we’ve started off on a high note with Phil Scorza, a professor from the art department. Scorza’s office could be an art exhibit all on its own.“It’s the beauty of having a large office with an extremely tall ceiling,” Scorza said. “I get to make stuff here and collect cool works left behind by former students.” Scorza has a variety of projects, including paintings, ceramics, student artwork, antique furniture and Hot Wheels cars. He even has the engine hood of a 67’ Chevy pickup truck hanging on a wall. But my favorite item in his room is probably his olive tree in front of the window. It completes the look of the place. If you ever visit this avant-garde room, you’ll know what I’m talking about.If you don’t get a chance to wander over to the art building, here are a few snapshots of Scorza’s office home. Tune in next week for another edition of Campus Cribs.