ABOUT

PAULINA NARUSEVICIUTE

E-mail:  paulina.naruseviciute@yahoo.com


BIO

Born: 1990. 04.25 / Kaunas, Lithuania

Currently based in Glasgow.


EXPERIENCE

BDP, 2018-current -Architect

BDP, 2015-2018 -Part 2 Architectural Assistant

BDP , 2013, 2014 summers-Part 1 Architectural Assistant

BDP , 2012- Part 1 Architectural Assistant

Since 2012 I've been involved in a major architectural developments across Scotland such as Edinburgh international conference centre, Glasgow Queens Street railway station redevelopment and University of Strathclyde Technology and Innovation Centre. For a past few years I work in  educational sector delivering school projects. 

Key projects:

Edinburgh College of Art/ Lauriston Campus Redevelopment , UK /(RIBA Stage 0)

Maidenhill Primary School, Glasgow, UK /(RIBA Stages 0-5)

Faith Schools' Joint Campus, Glasgow, UK (RIBA Stages 3-7)

Barrhead High School (RIBA Stages 1-3)

Our Lady & St. Patrick's  High School (RIBA Stages 1-3)

Queen Street Station Redevelopment (RIBA Stage 0)

Edinburgh International Conference Centre Extension , UK (RIBA Stage 5-6)

Aberdeen Conference Centre (RIBA Stage 0)

Xi'an Jiatong Liverpool University, China (RIBA Stage 2-3)

 

 

 

Urban Restart, 2012- 2015- co-founder

urban restart was temporary architecture and urban art collective run by two Lithuanians, architecture graduates Paulina Naruseviciute and Laura Petruskeviciute.

In 2012 we both studied in TU Berlin and started to work together with a particular interest in system science in urbanism.

Later we concentrated on temporary architecture and interventions within the city and re-connection of vacant lots to the city life.

Mobileland, 2014-2015, co-founder, design team leader, graphic designer, blogger

Mobileland was an initiative by Dr Cristian Suau and 4th year students of Strathclyde University to deliver temporary mobile art and cultural interventions in neglected Glasgow areas.


EDUCATION

University of Strathclyde,  2009-2015

M Arch Advanced Architectural Design (with distinction)

Pg Dip Advanced Architectural Design

BSc Architectural Studies with International Study with First Class Honors

Technische Universität Berlin, 2012 (erasmus exchange)
Urban Design course " Chengdu- Smart City" Prof. Raoul Bunschoten

 



SOCIAL/CULTURAL/EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

2016

tutor at Keliaujancios Architekturos Dirbtuves (Travelling Architecture Workshop). Lithuania. Presentation '' Small spaces for big fantasies''

participant in Lithuanian Design week as part of TeKA initiative.

participant in competition Fairy Tales 2016, New York.

2015

participant and speaker at 'Imagine Glasgow' exhibition, Glasgow, New Glasgow Society Gallery . Presentation: Remediating Vacant lots"

interview on temporary architecture on Lithuanian National radio “Žinių radijas” , for the show “Reikia Architekto” (“In need of an architect”)

 participant in competition Shabby Shabby Apartments, Munich. 1st place

lecture at University of Strathclyde 're-connecting vacant lots' 

lecture on playgrounds at 'Cepelina Artship'

2014

presenter as one of the team leaders of MOBILELAND project at Pecha Kucha 21: Pretty Vacant, Glasgow, Whiskey Bond

 

2013

participant of the leadership course workshop led by architecture studio Stone Opera. (leadership course is part of a series, eventually leading up to The Festival of Dangerous Ideas. This festival aims to shake up education in Scotland.)


participant of Kaunas Architecture Festival ( KAFe 2013) Competition '' Freedom Impulses" 3rd place.

2012
participant of workshop “Chengdu-Smart City” in collaboration with Southwest Jiatong architecture students held in East Side Music Park in Chengdu  by Chora.


participant of the seminar “Cybernetics in Urbanism”, Professor Raoul Bunschoten, Technische Universität, Berlin, Germany

2011
participant of “Temporary Labyrinth Workshop” by Stone Opera,  Briggait, Glasgow,UK

 

 


MENTIONS IN PUBLICATIONS

PASAJES ARQUITECTURA N. 140, pp 54-55

ARCHITEKTUR FACHMAGAZIN 05/2016,' von container und modul zur architektur' Peter Reischer, pp 38