I'm Caroline Pile, I graduated from Plymouth University with a first-class BA(Hons) in 3D Design - Spatial and Interior Design. My Course let me cross the boundaries of spatial, architecture, landscape, engineering and interior design. I have liaised with several clients in developing several projects which gave me a better understanding of materials and processes. My time at university helped me to develop my own unique identity and passion for sustainable design, and my interest in biomimicry.
I am a qualified Rainbow leader and run a Ranger unit. I was chair of the national Girlguiding youth forum for Wales. With Girlguiding, I have been selected to represent Wales at an international level allowing me to widen my cultural understanding and enhance my design awareness.
Our Chalet - 2018 - 2019
(World Association of Girl
Guides and Girl Scouts)
ION Studios - 2018
(University of Plymouth)
Port Elliot festival - 2017.
David Phillips - 2016.
Marketing and Communications Intern.
Promoted the centre through Social Media, various newsletters and events. Produced high-quality merchandise to meet strict branding requirements. Organised and managed a variety of internal and external projects.
Exhibition Designer (Enterprise Solutions)
Collaborating with a fellow student to design an innovative exhibition stand, to be used to exhibit at various business shows.
I was part of a group led by Michael Howells in the design and set up of the stages at the Port Elliot festival.
At the end of my first year, I was offered a work placement at David Phillips of London. where I developed my multifunctional furniture pieces from my project. Plus, I assisted with some of their projects.
Work Experience MacBeth Joinery
Port Elliot Festival
Marketing and Communication
Mass Vaccination Centre
David Phillips Furniture
Presentation for UPP
GOLD Duke of Edinburgh Award
First Class Honours degree in Spatial and Interior Design
Sustainable Earth Institute - Sustainability Award
3D Design Alumni - Spatial and Interior Award