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A M A N D A J A N E F R E Y

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Amanda Jane Frey Karrnweg 10, 65199 Wiesbaden +49 (0)176 4053 4574 amandajanebeerens@gmail.com

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J A N E F R E Y A R C H I T E C T

\\BIO G RA P H Y My story begins in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a business degree, I worked in Philadelphia for 4 years as an accounts manager. While there, I volunteered in the community, helping youth by working with schools to plan and build community gardens, and teaching students how to garden and grow their own food. In 2010, I found my life’s vocation and enrolled in Louisiana State University’s Master of Landscape Architecture program. At LSU, I was fortunate to be granted a graduate assistantship with the program director and the urban landscape lab. In studio, I learned to change my thinking from objectification to spatial and abstract reasoning, and how to apply ecological solutions to environmental problems. Most of my projects involved creative uses for plants to remediate and restore ecology that had been lost to development, and allow for water, plants and animals to follow natural vectors through human spaces, benefiting both. In 2012, I spent three months in Rome, Italy, on a studio semester abroad. After graduation, I moved to Dallas, Texas with my husband and began working for Studio Outside Landscape Architects. While there, I worked on a variety of large and small-scale projects, from Football Team Headquarters with attached retail center, to district planning projects, to small city plazas. As a staff designer, I was active in all stages of projects, from conception to finalization. I used SketchUp and Rhino with V-ray, Photoshop, and InDesign to create presentation graphics in the early stages of design, and participated in client meetings and design charettes. I worked extensively with AutoCAD to create construction drawings, and handled Construction Administration and Observation for most of my projects. Also while at Studio Outside, I collaborated with other staff to start a community design studio, and attended a community design conference in Detroit. These opportunities allowed me to work with community organizations, gain project leadership experience, and become involved with my community. Although I was working full time in my chosen profession, I took the time to earn a yoga teaching certification, and taught myself to wheel-throw, glaze and fire ceramics. I enjoy both creative and active pursuits – drawing, cycling, hiking in the woods. Since moving to Germany, I have been focused on learning the German language, and I intend to achieve level C1 by April 2017.

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Master of Landscape Architecture Louisiana State University

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Baton Rouge, LA, USA GPA 3.8/4.0

August 2002 to May 2006

August 1998 to June 2001

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Landscape Architect/Designer Studio Outside Landscape Architects Dallas, TX, USA Worked on retail, multi-family, multi-use, and city planning projects for international and local clients and design competitions.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

2004-2006: University of Pittsburgh 2002-2004: Community College of Allegheny County Pittsburgh, PA, USA GPA 3.9/4.0

Concept and Schematic design, participate in client design intent meetings, hand drawing conceptual plans. Schematic design client presentations, graphic layouts, 3D models, perspective renderings, illustrative plans.

High School Diploma

Mt. Lebanon High School Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, USA

Design Development, permitting, set up documentation, preliminary detailing.

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Construction Documents, construction detailing, planting plans, hardscape plans, grading plans.

Modeling/Rendering: SketchUp, 3D Studio Max, V Ray for SketchUp, Rhino, Lumion CAD: Autodesk AutoCAD Graphics/Layout: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, Dreamweaver MS Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access Rendering and design presentation graphics Creative landscape design Plant selection Project management Construction drawings

Construction Administration, answer contractor and architect requests for information, review contractor work, attend owner/architect/contractor meetings. Perform punchlists, manage record-keeping

August 2011 to December 2012

Research Assistant to the Urban Landscape Lab Louisiana State University, Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture Baton Rouge, LA, USA Assisted with researching, writing and illustrating “The Green Book� (unpublished), a reference manual for New Orleans, Louisiana based builders of ecological best practices and plant selection guidelines. Maintained and updated program website using Adobe Dreamweaver

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\\COMMUNITY PROJECTS Summer/Fall 2015

May 2014

September 2013, 2014 & 2015

Deep Ellum, Texas Vision Plan Worked on a team to create a vision plan for our neighborhood in Dallas. Attended community input meetings, collected data, created vision plan with the team and presented the final vision plan back to the community Little Free Libraries installation for Mill Creek Community Garden As part of a team, designed and built an outdoor free library for a community garden as part of initiative to encourage literacy in under-served neighborhoods Park(ing) Day Dallas installation for Studio Outside As part of a team, designed and built a parking space-sized installation for Park(ing) Day Dallas to raise awareness of car dependency and need for green space in cities

\\SCHOLARSHIPS May 2012 May 2012 May 2012

\\ACHIEVEMENTS July 2015 January 2015

July 2014 December 2013

Certification: Professional Landscape Architect, Texas “I Passed the LARE in One Year and You Can Too.” Advice for Landscape Architectural Registration Exam. Published on Land8.com and blogoutside.com Honorable Mention (3rd Place), Wuhan Garden Competition for teamwork with studio Outside Greater Dallas Urban Planning Award for Midtown Green for teamwork with studio Outside

October 2012

Map: “The Line Up”, Unfathomable City. Solnit, Rebecca (Ed.) Berkeley Press, 2013. GIS and Physical Inventory of Live Oak trees in New Orleans.

Summer 2012

University of Arkansas Study Abroad Program in Rome, IT

2009-2010

Master Gardener of Philadelphia County, Volunteer

Helen Reich Memorial Scholarship

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Louisiana Nursery and Landscape Association Scholarship National Garden Clubs J. Conner Scholarship

2011 & 2012

Louisiana Garden Club Federation: Anite Currault Horticulture Scholarship

2011 & 2012

Louisiana Garden Club Federation: Irene M. Petijean Horticulture Scholarship

May 2011

J A N E F R E Y A R C H I T E C T

Birthday: Birthplace: Marital Status: Driver’s License:

August 24, 1983 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (American) Married Class B

Louisiana Society for Horticultural Research Scholarship

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DALLAS COWBOYS HEADQUARTERS Frisco, Texas The Dallas Cowboys NFL franchise is building a world-class headquarters, multi-use event center and proximate retail and restaurant district for the Cowboys and for the City of Frisco’s high school football team. The $1Billion mixed-use development is part of a rapidly growing development area in the northern ex-urbs of Dallas. I worked on the project from Inventory to Construction Administration. Expected completion date in Summer 2017 for the multi-use event center and late 2017 for the headquarters.

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Rendering by O’Brien Architects

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DALLAS COWBOYS HQ RETAIL CENTER Frisco, Texas The second phase of the Dallas Cowboys development is the retail center. The project contains a 400’diameter semi-circular fountain, a “Cowboys Hall of Fame Walk” with interactive features, and a “Ring of Honor”. I worked on the project as a team member from Inventory to Construction Documents. Expected Completion date in late 2018 for the retail center.

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Streetscape of road between headquarters and retail center

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OAKBROOK MALL Chicago, Illinois Oakbrook Mall is known as one of the first outdoor shopping centers in the country, but the 1960’s design was becoming outdated and dilapidated. As a team member, I worked on creating renderings for the design, construction documents, fountain detailing, planting design and construction administration. Project completed in 2014.

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BAYBROOK MALL || Houston, Texas Baybrook Mall in Houston is a traditional indoor shopping mall that added on an outdoor “Lifestyle Center”. The design includes a center-piece fountain with commissioned sculptures, an open event lawn with several smaller fountains, and plenty of room for seating and congregating. As part of the design team, I worked on the project from initial inventory to construction administration, including detailing for the fountain and sculpture. Project will be complete in Summer 2016.

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ATELIER ARTS DISTRICT ||

Dallas, Texas

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This multi-family housing project is in the center of the downtown Dallas Arts District. Currently a parking lot, the site is surrounded by the iconic architecture of the Nasher Sculpture Center, Wylie Theater, Meyerson Symphony Hall and Klyde Warren Park. The proposed building brings affordable and luxury housing to the Arts district. The landscape portion of the design includes streetscape along the main street of the Dallas arts district, a motorcourt with fountain, and a pool deck with event space. I worked on the project from inventory to design development and permitting. Project estimated to be completed in 2017. AMENITY DECK MODEL

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RECYCLE – The graphic nature of the garden is to bring 6 awareness to our consumption and how it affects the 5 植物层级 4such as the Wuhan earth. Large reclaimed landfill sites 3 planting layers 2 Garden Expo provide a design opportunity to examine the contents of our landfills. 1

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WUXI COASTAL MIXED USE CENTER Wuxi, Guangzhou, China

In rapidly growing Wuxi, a new city in central China, a new shopping center was built to serve as a community gathering space for the high-rise towers surrounding the site. An important agricultural canal runs through the site. The project uses the canal as a focal point, connecting the water with the site and allowing visitors to congregate along the edges. The design of the plaza brings awareness of the water into the plaza, by locating windows and fountains in the center. Project completed 2015.

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MIDTOWN GREEN Dallas, Texas

Midtown Green won the Greater Dallas Planning Council 2013 Urban Design Dream Study Award. Midtown Green is a mixed-use project incorporating retail, office and hotel components. The plan focuses on urban design, land use, and transportation, and will serve as the basis for the City to undertake an area-wide rezoning. The centerpiece of the Vision Plan is Midtown Green, an 18acre central park. As project staff, I was heavily involved with planning the new street system, which involved working with traffic engineers and city officials to create a walkable urban street network that works within a car-based suburban context, and serves as a model for future development in the area.

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*Phase 1: 4 lanes + bike lane + parking *Phase 2: 6 lanes + bike lane + parking

*Phase 1: 4 lanes + bike lane + parking ALPHA ROAD *Phase 2: 6 lanes + bike lane + parking

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LBJ ACCESS ROAD

36’ STREET/51’ RIGHT OF WAY STREET

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RENAISSANCE HOTEL POOL DECK Plano, Texas

As part of an $82M hotel project at the Legacy Center in North Texas, the Renaissance hotel group asked for a luxury pool deck and event space. As part of the team at Studio Outside, I helped to design the deck, and create a 3D model for presentation renderings and coordination with the architectural team. Expected completion is in late 2016.

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Gabion Glass Wall (4’ ht.)

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Planter Stone Wall (24” ht.)

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Planter IPE Wood Bench (18” ht.)J

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LITTLE FREE LIBRARY SEPTEMBER, 2014

y, which is a national event with the ce in cities. Metered parking spots people instead of cars. This year, m recycled pallets and plywood, to ghbors.

Studio Outside volunteers partnered with BCWorkshop for their

Libros Libres initiative, which aims to put books in underserved PARKING DAY: SEPTEMBER, 2014

communities. Participants volunteered their time and resources to and event build awith Little Free Library for the Mill City Neighborhood Second Nature participated in Dallas Park(ing) Day, which is adesign national the at theirspots community garden. mission of bringing awareness to allocation of space in cities.Association Metered parking

are temporarily transformed into public space for people instead of cars. This year, Construction day involved children from the neighborhood who Second Nature installed a bocce court, made from recycled pallets and plywood, to helped build not only the library and garden, but also a sense of create a space for fun and interaction between neighbors. ownership for the library and their neighborhood. As a volunteer for this project, I worked with the “steward” to create a design, procured donated materials, and helped construction volunteers put it together.

LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES:

MAY, 2014

Second Nature partnered with BCWorkshop for their Libros Libres initiative. Participants volunteered their time and resources to design and build a Little Free Library (which operates on the “take a book, leave a book” system) for the Mill City Neighborhood Association. Construction day involved children from the neighborhood who helped build not only the library and garden, but also gained a sense of ownership of the library and their neighborhood.

Second N for their L voluntee design a operates system) f Associat children build not also gain library an PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHARLIE PRUITT

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PARK(ING) DAY 2014 Park(ing) Day was conceived in San Francisco as a way to generate and promote ideas about green space in cities, and demonstrate how cars take up a disproportionate share of city space. Today, cities nation-wide allow people to take over a few key parking spaces and turn them into “parklets” for one day. For Park(ing) Day 2014, Studio Outside volunteers created a “small” bocce court. As project leader this year, I lead design meetings with volunteers, created a 3D model, details and construction drawings, helped procure donated materials, oversaw and helped with building, set up and tear down. This year’s project won first place “Best Installation” in downtown Dallas. PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHARLIE PRUITT

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DEEP ELLUM STAGE As part of an on-going partnership with the Deep Ellum Community Association, volunteers from Studio Outside had the opportunity to work with the Deep Ellum Trading Company, a non-profit print shop that supports local artists, to create a mobile stage for neighborhood events. I designed the stage and created a 3D model, and the renderings below. The stage can fit into two pick-up truck beds and easily set up by a small group in a space no larger than a parking spot. Studio Outside volunteers built the stage as the 2015 Park(ing) Day installation, and then donated it to the Deep Ellum Trading Company. Photos are from Park(ing) Day, and the renderings below show the intended use of the design.

PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHARLIE PRUITT

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