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stephanie feldman

stephanie feldman

Philadelphia, PA, US

 

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About 

Architect with 8+ years of experience in residential, multi-family housing, civic and urban planning projects both nationally and internationally . With a French background and a Japanese design sensitivity, having lived all around the world, S. Feldman offers an ability to rapidly gage a client's needs, or a projects requirements, and apply her layered knowledge to produce elegant and thoughtful designs.

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Employment 

Drexel University Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, Department of Architecture and Interiors, Philadelphia, PA, US, Adjunct Assistant Professor

Studio - Arch 101
Studio - Arch 102

Sep 2014 - current
 

ScF Designs, Philadelphia, PA, US, Principal

Sep 2014 - current
 

Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT), Philadelphia, PA, US, Architect

Architect 2012-2014
Architectural Designer 2006-2012

Sep 2006 - Oct 2014
 

University of Pennsylvania School of Design, Philadelphia, PA, US, Lecturer

Theory Seminar "Contemporary Japanese Architecture"
Japan Summer Program (15 students, 8 weeks travelling through Japan)

Jan 2005 - Jun 2008
 

Kisho Kurokawa Architect & Associates, Tokyo, JP, Architectural Designer

Jan 2001 - Dec 2001
 

FXFOWLE Architects, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

May 2000 - Jan 2001
 

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation - Planning Division, New York, NY, US, Intern

Jan 1998 - Jun 1998
 

Education 

University of Pennsylvania School of Design, Philadelphia, PA, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2002 - May 2005
 

Yale School of Architecture, New Haven, CT, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Sep 1995 - May 2000
 

ISEA-ITL Business Management School, Paris, FR, Bachelors, Business Management

Sep 1987 - Jul 1989
 

Awards 

UPenn CEAS Course Development Grant, Award

2006
 

PennDesign, Alpha Rho Chi, Award

2005
 

National Science Foundation, EAPSI, Grant

2004
 

Penn Design, Henry Gillette Woodman Scholarship Competition, Scholarship

2003
 

Yale University, The Raymond Lee Award, Award

2000
 

Yale University, Distinction in the Major, Other

2000
 

Areas of Specialization 

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