Philip S. Stahl, AIA

Adjunct Professor of Architecture
Philip.Stahl@ndsu.edu

Current Courses Taught:
ARCH 272 Studio

 

Educational Credentials:
B.Arch., North Dakota State University, 1994

 

Teaching Experience:
Adjunct Professor & Guest Lecturer, North Dakota State University, 2002-present
Arch 472 Urban Design Studio 2002
Arch 472 Affordable Housing/Design-Build Studio 2008
Arch 272 Studio 2010
Arch 272 Studio 2013

 

Licenses/Registration:
Minnesota License (#40721)
North Dakota License (#1354)
Licensed in 14 US states, currently inactive
NCARB Certificate (#67804)
Licensed General Contractor, ND & MN

 

Selected Accolades:
Owner& Principal Architect, Stahl Architects & Builders, founded 2000
Stahl Architects - 2005 AIA IDP Firm of the Year (Intern Development Program)
Lecturer, 2005 & 2006, AIA National Convention, Las Vegas & Los Angeles on Intern Development Program
Lecturer, 2006, AIA 6 Regional states, Omaha, NE on Intern Development Program
AIA ND state numerous design awards recipient
Finalist, various international design competitions
Founder, Fargo Moorhead Young Architects Forum
Designs featured on HGTV, Garden Design, Dwell, and other regional magazines
Contributing writer in various regional “house” magazines.
Founder & Co-designer, RoboChair (with Brad Benke, Designer)

Professional Memberships:

American Institute of Architects
NDSU Professional Council
Hawley MN Planning Commission, Vice Chair

 

Background and Experience:
Phil Stahl founded his architectural firm in 2000-present, integrating high design with the vernacular ethic of the Midwest. His firm is well known for their unique residential practice, light commercial and image driven design. As a practitioner/adjunct lecturer, Phil brings real world examples daily into his studio exercises, sharing issues that typically arise in small firm culture.