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Stephanie D. Pile College of Architecture, Planning, and Design M.ARCH


Stephanie D. Pile 5720 S. Olathe Ct. Centennial, CO 80015 spile.ksu@gmail.com 720.341.0067

Education

Master of Architecture, May 2010 Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Concentration: Architectural Visualization and Presentation

Centro Studi di Orvieto, Italy Spring 2009 Studies abroad in Language, Art, and Architecture.

Skills

Computer: AutoCAD, Revit 2010, 3DS Max Design 2010, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and After Effects CS4, SketchUp, Maxwell Renderer, and Microsoft Office Suite.

Hand: Sketching, Watercolor, Graphite Rendering, Model Making, and Technical drawing. Language: Italian, basic conversation, reading and writing.

Relevant Experience

Manuscript Assistant, Manhattan, Kansas, December 2009-April 2010 Assistant to Department Head of Architecture

Prepare scanned images using Photoshop and format utilizing InDesign. Assist in the creation of a manuscript and publication process of, “ThinkInk� by Dr. Peter Magyar.

The Plot Club, Manhattan, Kansas, January 2008-December 2008 Treasurer-Volunteer Officer Position

Student-run organization that provides department of Architecture students access to plotters. Provided technical support for printing problems. Oversaw studio representatives and 200+ student members. Collected bills and managed the finances for the organization.

Computing in Architecture, Manhattan, Kansas, Fall 2008 and 2009 Teaching Assistant

Facilitated students in learning SketchUp, AutoCAD, Revit, CS3 and 4, and 3DS Max Design. Conducted a recitation for 15 students and evaluated student projects.

Tryba Architects, Denver, Colorado, May 2008-August 2008 Summer Internship

Prepared marketing collateral and award submissions using AutoCAD, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Collaborated with architects to assist in firm presentations.

Godden|Sudik Architects, Centennial, Colorado, May 2007-August 2007 Summer Internship

Created over 160 brochures for a digital and physical firm portfolio. Developed techniques to make the portfolio process more efficient.

Activities & Honors

CAPD Rendering Competition First Place Computer Rendering 2009-2010 CAPD Rendering Competition Honorable Mention in Freehand Color 2008-2009 CAPD Rendering Competition Second Place Computer Rendering 2007-2008 John E. Holstrom Alpha Tau Omega Architectural Scholarship Fall 2009 Max. D Bishop Memorial Scholarship 2009-2010 Charles M. Shaver Memorial Scholarship 2007-2009 Kansas State University Honors Scholarship 2005-2009 Kansas State University Anderson Scholarship 2006-2009 Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture, Member Spring 2007-2010 College of Architecture, Planning, and Design Ambassador and Freshman Mentor 2006-2010 American Institute of Architecture Students, Member Fall 2006-Present K-State Telefund Volunteer 2006-2008, 2010


Contents

01 Kansas State Projects

 Manhattan High School Stadium, Thesis Project  Weld Studios, Construction Document Studio  Manhattan Youth Center  Chatter Box

17 Related Studies and Projects  Italian Studies  Computer and Hand Rendering

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Kansas State Projects

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_site master plan design

The site plan frames the stadium using both the site circulation and the built versus natural organizational strategies.

_diagram a

_diagram b

Vehicular Circulation

Built

Pedestrian Circulation

Natural

Manhattan High Stadium and CiCo Park Master Plan Fall/Spring 2009-10 Kansas State University 5th year Graduate Studio

CiCo Park - Manhattan, Kansas _the site

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Set in Manhattan, Kansas, an agricultural city with a booming college population, CiCo Park, is a multi-use park set within a quiet residential area on the west side of town. The park currently is home to a small city pool, tennis courts, a skate park, a rodeo building, 4-H buildings, a running trail, baseball and little league fields, a playground, a community center, fair grounds, and Manhattan High School’s Bishop Stadium. Portions of the park are owned by three separate entities, the city, the county and the school district. This unique ownership condition has affected the continuity of the uses within the park and a portion of this project is dedicated to proposing an appropriate master plan to go along with the stadium proposal.

The various functions that occur on the site are separate from each other and only occur on specific days or periods of time during the year. All the same, they all invite various activity into the park throughout the year. The original design of the park could be improved; the proximity and separation of the many functions within the park hinders the cohesiveness of the park as a whole.


Site - basic topography _concession stand and lower home grandstands

_axon through vertical grandstand circulation

Manhattan High Stadium

Site - basic topography

Fall/Spring 2009-10 Kansas State University 5th year Graduate Studio

_the design

Over the course of a semester, I created a stadium that enables the users to have a unique viewing experience around the entire field. The stadium’s placement within the park frames it and makes it a focal point within the site, the program of the stadium elements further frames the iconic portion of the stadium’s architecture, the panel-cladded circulation ring, and the ground and ring element frame the user’s view to the field at any point within the ring. The ring contains both vertical and horizontal circulation, the grandstands, the press box, illuminated metal panels, stadium lighting, digital display panels, and solar photovoltaic collection panels. Together these elements compose a stadium that emphasizes the user viewing experience.

_main strategy 05

The main idea behind the stadium is to fit the stadium into the site’s existing basic topography to take advantage of natural enclosure, and then add a floating ring element that functions for viewing, circulation, information, and energy collection.

Original Topography Site - basic topography

Field within the site

Stadium within topography

Field within the site

Field within the site Floating Circulation above topography

Cloud floats above ground


Typical Restroom 3/16" = 1'-0"

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_section perspective A-A through home and visitor stands

_enlarged locker room plan

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DESK STUDENT PRODUCT

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Stadium Field Lighting

Stadium Field Lighting

Hollow Core Precast Decking

Hollow Core Precast Decking

16"x24" Precast Concrete Girder

16"x24" Precast Concrete Girder

Aluminum Stadium seats

Aluminum Stadium seats

Precast Concrete Grandstand Deck

Precast Concrete Grandstand Deck

16"x 16" Precast Concrete Girder

16"x 16" Precast Concrete Girder

Level 005

Level 005

87' - 0"

87' - 0"

Structural Mullion Solar Panel

LED Display Screen Panel System

Level 004

LED Display Screen Panel System

Level 004

Structural Metal Panel Mullion

78' - 0"

Structural Metal Panel Mullion

78' - 0"

Perforated Metal Panel

Perforated Metal Panel

Connection Mullion

Connection Mullion 2" Concrete Finish Pour

Finish Concrete

Finish Concrete

Hollow Core Precast Decking

Precast Concrete Stands

Precast Concrete Stands

Perforated Metal Panel

Level 003 68' - 6"

Level 003 68' - 6"

12"x12" Precast Concrete Girder

Level 003 68' - 6"

24K6 O.W.J.

Level 003 68' - 6"

W12 x35

Level 002 57' - 0"

Level 002

Level 002

57' - 0"

57' - 0"

Level 002 57' - 0"

3/4" Plywood Sheathing Vapor Barrier Standing Metal Seam Roofing Hollow Core Precast Decking

12" Concrete Foundation Wall Key Joint

12" Concrete Foundation Wall Key Joint

2" Rigid Insulation

Steel Reinforced Concrete Foundation

Steel Reinforced Concrete Foundation

Gravel

Gravel

6" Perforated Drain Pipe

6" Perforated Drain Pipe

Level 001 38' - 0"

Level 000 35' - 0"

Level 001

38' - 0"

Level 000

Level 000 35' - 0"

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_wall section through locker rooms

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Level 001

38' - 0"

_wall section through home grandstands

Level 001 38' - 0"

Level 000 35' - 0"


_exterior rendering First place, computer, 2010 CAPD Rendering Competition


_rendered section through apartments and gallery

Weld Studios Fall 2008 Kansas State University Construction Document Studio

Kansas City, Missouri _program

A studio, gallery, and residence for a metal-sculptor artist couple as well as an artist-in-residence tenant.

_the design

The main idea behind this design is the contrast between the raw and finished form of metal. The main parti is comprised by a tube of concrete holding a metal cube. The void created by the metal cube becomes the gallery space. In plan, the parti is comprised of three parts: the gallery with the residences above, the metal studio, and the service corridor and courtyard that connect the two buildings.

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_wall-section axon through gallery and apartments


Weld Studios 3rd and Delaware Street Kansas City, MO 64105

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Concrete Slab with saw cut joints

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Floor Drain

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Polished Concrete with saw cut joints

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Pervious Pavers

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Metal Studio

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Stephanie Pile Professor Nathan Howe Kansas State Univeristy

12/01/2008 11/14/2008

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Date

Description

A-101 Floor Plans

_main level plan, sheet A-101 Construction Drawings completed in Revit


Studios Weld Studios

Studios Weld Studios

3rd and Delaware Street

Plan Legend

3rd and Delaware Street Kansas City, MO 64105

Kansas City, MO 64105 Plan Legend

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Floor Drain

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Concrete Ramp to Parking

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Polished Concrete with saw cut joints

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Concrete Slab with saw cut joints Pervious Pavers

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Concrete Ramp to Parking Wood Finish Floor

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Concrete Ramp to Parking Wood Finish Floor

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Polished Concrete with saw cut joints Built in Display Shelving

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Polished Concrete with saw cut joints Built in Display Shelving

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Natural Vegitation Parapet Roof Slope min . 1/8":12"

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3 and 3rd Delaware Street Concrete Ramp to Parking Kansas City, MO 64105

3rd and Delaware Street Kansas City, MO 64105

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12/01/2008 Stephanie Pile CD 11/14/2008 Professor Nathan Howe Date State Univeristy Description Kansas

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12/01/2008 Stephanie Pile CD 11/14/2008 Professor Nathan Howe Date State Univeristy Description Kansas

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Floor Plans 12/01/2008 11/14/2008

_second level plan, includes Weld apartment

CD

_third level plan, includes tenant apartment A-102 Description 3 2 Level 1/8" = 1'-0"

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Weld Studios

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A-403

A-301

3rd and Delaware Street Kansas City, MO 64105

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Gravel

A Gallery Concrete Tube 146' - 4"

Weld Studios 3rd and Delaware Street Kansas City, MO 64105

Built-up Roofing

Occupiable Roof System

Weather Barrier Tapered Rigid Insulation typ slope 1/8":12"

Level 2 115' - 0"

Corridor Ceiling System Supply Duct Return Plenum 1-1/2" Steel Channel

1 A-501

Residential Roof 138' - 0" Curtain Wall System

Concrete Wall System

Batt Insulation Plywood Sheathing

Finish Concrete Concrete Reinforcing 0' - 6"

5" Rigid Insulation Thermomass tie placed 16" o.c. typ.

2' - 9"

Structural Concrete Rigid Insulation with ties 16" o.c typ.

Vapor Barrier Rigid Insulation Metal Panel Blocking Aluminum Mullion

3' - 2"

Concrete Reinforcing Structural Concrete

Finish Concrete

Living and Dining

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Double Pane Glass

Level 3 127' - 0"

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Courtyard

Living and Dining

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9' - 1"

Corridor

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Metal Studio Roof 125' - 0"

Restroom

Level 2 115' - 0"

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Interior Partition Wall System GWB with Painted Finish 4" Nominal Metal Stud Batt Insulation Blocking

Ramp System

Floor Slab System Finish Concrete Floor 7" Concrete Slab on Grade Steel Reinforcement 5" Rigid Insulation Water Barrier 6" Packed Sand Earth

Gallery

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Level 1 102' - 0" Concrete Foundation Wall

10' - 2"

12" Concrete Foundation Wall Gravel 6" Perforated Drain Pipe Key Joint Steel Reinforced Concrete Foundation

Parking Garage 92' - 6" Gallery Basement 92' - 0"

Parking Garage 92' - 6" Gallery Basement 92' - 0"

Stephanie Pile Professor Nathan Howe Kansas State Univeristy

12/01/2008 11/24/2008

Section through Service 1 Wall 3/4" = 1'-0"

8' - 0"

Pre-cast Concrete Finish Face

Foundation System

Date

100% CD

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Stephanie Pile Professor Nathan Howe Kansas State Univeristy

A-301

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12/01/2008 11/14/2008

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Description

A-402 Wall Sections

Wall Sections

_annotated wall-sections

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Floor Plans

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Finish Concrete Sloped1/8" per 12" Structural Concrete Concrete Reinforcing Batt Insulation Concrete Girder (In Elevation)-see structural

Floor Plans 12/01/2008 11/14/2008

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Stephanie Pile Professor Nathan Howe Kansas State Univeristy

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_final presentation boards


_site plan

_plan


_section A-A

_section B-B

Youth Center Spring 2007 Kansas State University Second Year-Ink on Mylar

CiCo Park - Manhattan, Kansas _program

Classrooms and meeting rooms for after-school programs, a gymnasium and locker rooms, an outdoor pool, as well as basketball courts.

_the design

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The site conditions led me to locate the building in a wall scheme on the western and northern portion of the site, protecting the outdoor functions from the street noise, retaining the residential privacy, allowing views to draw in users, and blocking the undesirable view to the strip mall. After analyzing the program, I separated clustered the two main functions within a youth center, learning and play, connecting them with the lobby.

_site model


_The Chatter Box within Seaton


_exploded axonometric

The Chatter Box Fall 2009 Kansas State University 5th year Graduate Studio

Seaton Hall, Manhattan, Kansas _program

A small private space in which an individual could have privacy to take a cell phone call within Seaton Hall.

_the design

This design focuses on creating a comfortable space to take a call, while still creating visual privacy. The design is comprised of two simple forms, the first, the “box� in which the user can sit and take the phone call, and the second, the vertical planes that create privacy and hold up the box.

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_details


Related Studies and Projects

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Italian Studies Spring 2009 Centro Studi Città di Orvieto

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“I colori di Venezia” -watercolor


2007-2008 CAPD Rendering Competition, Second Place Computer Rendering The Blas House by Alberto Campo Baeza


Hand and Computer Rendering Work Various Years, Kansas State University

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2008-2009 CAPD Rendering Competition, Honorable Mention Freehand Color Waldfogel Residence by Erhlich Architects


Stephanie D. Pile 5720 S. Olathe Ct. Centennial, CO 80015 spile.ksu@gmail.com 720.341.0067

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