Ellen S. Prantl-Bartlett as an architect, has extensive exposure in all aspects of architecture, interior design, and building construction, from programming, and design through construction administration. Projects have included exterior and interior architecture, and have covered the extent of small to large assignments, which have included the following types of projects, research laboratories, healthcare, offices, residential, manufacturing and garages.
Ellen is a graduate of Temple University, holding a Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Liberal Arts degrees; she is a registered Architect in the State of Pennsylvania, LEED AP BD+C and an active member of AIA finance committee.
In conjunction, Ellen is an Associate Professor at Temple University Department of Architecture, and teaches at Moore College of Art, Graduate Interior Design program. She also co-teaches a class at Drexel University Graduate program for Animal Healthcare; furthermore she is on the advisory board at the Community College of Philadelphia, design and construction programs.
Presently Ellen is a senior project architect and planner for Jacobs Engineering, formerly KlingStubbins, she has previously worked with the firms of Robert D. Lynne Associates, Ewing Cole, and Francis Cauffmann. Ellen has also previously taught at Spring Garden College, department of Architecture and the Philadelphia Institute, Interior Design Department.
As an architecture tour guide, Ellen finds Philadelphia to be a learning tool for architecture & interior design.
Masters of Liberal Arts; Temple University
Bachelor of Architecture; Temple University
LEED AP BD+C, 2005
Registered in Pennsylvania - Architect since 1985
American Institute of Architects (AIA) since 1978 Member of Finance committee (AIA) since 2009