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CURRICULUM VITAE ADRIANNA ANNA REMBIASZ Address: 0/1 8 Lanark Street G1 5PY Mobile: 07414650612 e-mail: adriannarembiasz@gmail.com PROFILE Completed third year architecture studies and seeking part 1 placement in an architectural practice which shares the same ideologies as myself. Each year studying at university I have learned a variety of skills and shaped my methodology. I have strong concepts and I focus on designing for environments. I have a drive to design appropriate responses to a brief. I understand the benefits of learning from others and compromising with justification. EDUCATION University of Strathclyde September 2015 – Present BSc (Honours) Architectural Studies year 3 Introduction to Spanish 1a 20 credit elective St Andrew’s RC High School August 2009 – May 2015 Advanced Higher Art and Design: B Higher English, Modern Studies, Art and Design: A Mathematics, Human Biology: B Intermediate 2 ESOL: A National 5 Hospitality: A Standard Grade Mathematics, Computing Studies, German, Modern Studies: 1 Physics, Biology, English, Art and Design: 2 REHIS Food Hygiene Certificate - Level 2 Food Safety Award dec 2014 ACHIEVEMENTS First Chances Project June 2012 The First Chances Project is an innovative partnership between the University of St Andrews, Fife Education and The Robertson Trust which aims to raise the aspirations and attainment of selected pupils. They follow a specially designed programme, delivered through a series of workshops and events, culminating in an annual residential summer school at the University. INTERESTS Sports – Gym and Cheerleading - I have been competed as a part of the Strathclyde Warriors Cheerleading team for three years, which consists of training twice a week, being a part of a team with more than 100 members, fundraising as well as organizing our own and the first Scottish University Cheerleading Competition. I have also been consistently going to the gym and exercising from a young age which show both my motivation and commitment. Culinary - Hosting dinner parties - serving food and beverages for family and friends as well as creating my own recipes from scratch. Environment and Sustainability - I am passionate about saving the environment and greatly inspired by sustainability. I like to live my life in a sustainable way and encourage others to do the same. I do this through personal research and trial&error. I support this by reusing, considering and sourcing locally. Reference Isabel Deakin - Year 3 tutor - I.Deakin@gsa.ac.uk David MacRitchie - year 2 director + Tutor - david.macritchie@strath.ac.uk

EMPLOYMENT Bier Halle - waitress June 2018 - present Main role is waiting tables, taking orders and serving customers in a busy and active environment while simultaneously ensuring smooth running and cleanness. Delivering food and beverages as well as handling money are a major part of this job. This role includes catering to the needs of customers to provide satisfaction. SUN CLUB – Receptionist and tanning consultant June 2015 – Present Responsibilities include greeting customers, giving expert advice and exceptional customer service. Managing social media - including developing special offer and product advertisements, creating engaging campaigns and promotions. This position heavily involves good sales and communication skills. My role included managerial responsibilities such as training staff and being in charge of the store, as well as carrying out complicated computer and administrative tasks. It also included cleaning the store, opening it and closing and catering to customers need, serving coffee and beverage, ensuring every customer is comfortable, satisfied and returns again. HOLLAND AND BARRETT - Nutritional Advisor – QFC credits March 2015 – Oct 2015 My main role was to give nutritional advice to customers and recommend the right products for them, quickly gaining their trust. This required me to undergo an intensive training course where I gained a wide breadth of knowledge on specific health issues and remedies. I was responsible for handling money, use of a till and customer database programmes. This job hugely involved the upselling of products and encouraging customers to join customer loyalty and feedback programmes. This role also involved typical responsibilities of working in a retail store like cleaning, stocking shelves etc. FARMFOODS – Sales Assistant October 2014 – March 2015 Serving customers and working the till. Receiving delivery and stocking shelves. Cleaning the store and doing stocktakes. SPORTS DIRECT – Sales Advisor June 2014 – October 2014 Serving customers and working the till. Sorting and putting out deliveries. Cleaning duties. SKILLS AutoCAD, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Sketch Up, Microsoft Office + Model Making LANGUAGE - bilingual Polish - first language English - fluent 3


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Contents To play: a circus in the barras ............................................................................................................................................................... 6 To live/to work: urban housing ............................................................................................................................................................. 12 To learn: a study library ........................................................................................................................................................................... 20 To shelter: room without a view .......................................................................................................................................................... 24 Models .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 27

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To Play: A circus in the barras

Glasgow, barras / 12 weeks 2018

The purpose of this project is ‘to satisfy a man’s need to play’. exploring The themes of the project - ‘performance’ and ‘the city’. creating entertainment at the circus in the barras. The circus acts as a link of the history and the character, for the community. Every spectator is given the same quality of experience, by providing front row seats for all and creating the atmosphere of a traditional circus. Manifesto: - To bring back the vibrancy, energy, and character of the barras. - For the performance to have a strong connection with the locale and the community. - To create a connection with the people most directly impacted by its design and to consider the societal impact - To create an entertainment district in the city. Simultaneously, designing something sustainable both environmentally and economically and in accordance with the locale, which guarantees success. To create something contextually appropriate. - To reactive a nostalgic district of the city and link the history, the character and the community.

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A circus: a company of performers who put on diverse entertainment shows that include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, dancers, hoppers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, magicians, unicyclists, as well as other object manipulation and stunt-oriented artists.


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Urban housing Glasgow, Candleriggs / 12 weeks 2017 To live: make one’s home in a particular place or with a particular person. - comfort, pleasant, accessible To work: activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a result. - flexible, open, community, contact An urban housing complex with a rich mix of housing types for 40 -60 entrepreneurs with a busy and active lifestyle who seek convenience, accessibility and flexibility. Including communal facilities which allow interaction and encourage healthy competition Considering the level of interaction between activities and the spatial relationship between them. Designed accordingly to suit their expectations of lifestyle and quality. Decision governed by the choice of function, work patterns and the requirement for interaction with the outside world. Designing in and for the city- less room for manoeuvre This project revolves around how we live and work in the city - mediation between the needs of the individual and the needs of society, between the desires of internal spaces and the demands of external constraints. Exploring the forms of development which will allow the activities of living and working to be accommodated in an innovative architecture.

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S t r a t e g y The masterplan proposed set out to accomplish 3 goals; a plan with permeability as its driver, stop vistas - which is informed by these routes, and the creation of public and semi public spaces. As mentioned in the analysis booklet, this area was a place to avoid. We wanted to change this attitude by including routes through the site. These routes are encouraged by the inclusion of vistas, which are present throughout Merchant City. The combination of these two produce spaces which capture the essence of the Merchant City - a series of intimate through spaces.

_1 Permeability _2 Vista Creation _3 Creation of public spaces _4 Creation of semi public and private spaces

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to learn: A study library St Andrews / 12 weeks 2017 a student library in St Andrews, Fife on the east coast of Scotland. The library, in essence a reading room primarily for university students, a place conducive to reading and study together with supporting accommodation and a residence for a visiting academic. The site conveniently located to the service area population - near university buildings and town centre - accessible to all segments of the community it serves and close to the most active part of the community - generates most use and provides high visibility and identification to the population served The library takes advantage of the traffic flow of the university buildings it is adjacent to The architectural design of the reading room pays particular attention to how natural light enters as well as the material qualities of the structure and finishes. Considered design of external space- garden and social areas - bicycle parking close to the entrance and van access.

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Entrance- revolving door + accessible door Catalogue reference Enquiries + book display Cloakroom-lockers W.c. Cleaner’s store Reading room Book shelves Archive room Periodicals + couches Meeting/lecture room Chair store Exhibition space Photocopy room Computer room Admin office Staff room Staff w.c. Plant room Residence entrance Private study carrels Cloakroom W.c. Lounge + STUDY SPACE Bathroom Twin bedroom External terrace/balcony

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to shelter: Room without a view

Wiston Lodge / 3 weeks 2015 individual ‘To Shelter Part I’ designs that will be developed to full scale and you will be divided into groups with the challenge to make one of the designs reality. However, time and budget are extremely limited and you must develop the given design in a manner which still maintains the spirit of the original proposal but provides a practical and deliverable solution. There should now be a collective knowledge of research in the group, however, the group must work effectively as a team use their initiative and resolve the problem of converting a design idea into something real. Issues to be resolved are the detail in the design, craftsmanship, buildability, budget control, time management, structure, prefabrication, quantities, and minimising the health and safety risks for all concerned. Remember many hands make light work. You are imposed a budget constraint for materials: they should cost nothing, and the materials palette remains the same as at the outset of this project. Mechanical fixing methods, such as screws and nails are permissible and you may use timber dowels or wire. The team will have to research and devise clever methods for joining materials and making junctions – this will be a key element to the research carried out. A final live build event will take place in a rural setting as part of an intensive 2-day study trip, details of which will be given nearer the time. Teams must consider how materials and components can be transported and erected on site in what may be quite demanding conditions. 24


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to gather: a sense of Space cullross / 2016 1. Handcut Realistic representation model scale : 1:100 Material : foam board, mount board, acetate

2. Handcut massing model in context scale : 1:500 Material : cardboard, mountboard 3. Handcut section model scale : 1:50 Material: Mountboard 4. Handcut material representation model Scale : 1:50 Material: balsa wood

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to think: a place of contemplation in a garden glasgow, rottenrow / 2016 Handcut Realistic representation model scale : 1:100 Material : cardboard, mountboard, foamboard, acetate, corrugated pap

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to settle: a gallery in the city glasgow, barras / 2016 1. Handcut Realistic representation in context model scale : 1:100 Material : foam board, grey board, acetate, corrugated paper 2. handcut longitudinal section model scale: 1:50 material: foam board, mount board, acetate 3. Handcut detail grand stair model scale : 1:50 Material : Foam Board

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to dwell: a Townhouse

north berwick / 2016 Handcut facade model scale : 1:100 Material : greyboard

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ADRIANNA ANNA REMBIASZ Address: 0/1 8 Lanark Street G1 5PY Mobile: 07414650612 e-mail: adriannarembiasz@gmail.com

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