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Anna Gutowska phone +(48) 508 046 986 email akgutowska.ag@gmail.com address Warsaw, Poland Architecture graduate, eager to learn and explore new cultures. Familiar with an international environment. I find myself a sensitive and creative person ready for new challenges.

Academic Background Feb. 2018 - Sept. 2019

Poznan University of Technology

Faculty of Architecture Master’s degree Thesis: Between nature and architecture. Design of Expo pavilion for Barilla Group in Parma, Italy. Sept. 2016 - June 2017

Poznan University of Technology

Faculty of Architecture Bachelor’s degree Thesis: The re-use of an old railway station, Manieczki, Poland Rector scholarship for the best Student year 2016/2017

International Exchange Sept. 2018 - Jan.. 2019

ETSAM

(Madrid School of Architecture) Exchange Student Sept. 2016 - June 2017

EAM

(Málaga School of Architecture ) Exchange Student


Practice Experience

Interests & Activities

Software skills

July 2018 - Sept. 2018

Sept. 2016 - Nov. 2018

Travelling Available and flexible to travel and work abroad

Graphic design Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Corel 3D modeling, 2D drafting Autocad Archicad Sketchup Rhino Rendering Lumion V-Ray Other MS Office Dialux

Workshops

Languages

Quark Arquitectos; Malaga Intern & architect’s assistant

Concept of museum Astan Quds, Tehran, Iran competition (2nd prize), concept, technical drawing, 3D modelling Concept of garden for the Kempinski hotel, Estepona, Spain. concept, graphic, technical drawing Polo Digital, acoustic intervention, Malaga, Spain executive documentation

Participation in many lectures, e.g. Shigeru Ban, Daniel Libesking, Francis Kere, Umberto Napolitano June 2016

Plein-air painting organised by SARP Oct. 2014 - June 2016

Swimming University representation in national championships

VR telecom, Marbella, Spain July 2018 - Oct. 2018

Inventory Practice, Poznan University of Technology, Trainee

Carry out an inventory and preparation of technical drawings.

Dec. 2017 workshop

BIM technology Design yourself for the 21st century: architect’s work tools July 2016 workshop

Urban internship in Croatia led by the Faculty of Architecture of Poznan University of Technology

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Polish Native English Full working proficiency Spanish Professional working proficiency Italian Elementary proficiency


Architecture Barilla Pavilion, Parma, Italy Museum Astan Quds, Tehran, Iran Brewery and Investigation centre, Poznan, Poland Light Pavilion, Velux Award

Industrial Design

Re - use of old railway station, Manieczki, Poland

Children’s furniture “Pablito”

Modeling workshop, Poznan, Poland

Landscape Isla Mayor Recovery

Painting Cadiz Madrid Sensation Baltic in construction, Poznan

Sculpture

Local vision, Manieczki

Barilla Pavilion model Architectural Detail

Woodwork Roofing Design, Madrid


Architecture Barilla Pavilion, Parma, Italy Museum Astan Quds, Tehran, Iran Brewery and Investigation centre, Poznan, Poland Light Pavilion, Velux Award Re - use of old railway station, Manieczki, Poland Modeling workshop, Poznan, Poland


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Master’s project Conceptual part: Madrid School of Architecture Supervisor: Phd Javier Maroto Ramos Technical part: Poznan University of Technology Supervisor: Phd Jerzy suchanek

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Between nature and architecture. Design of Expo pavilion for Barilla Group in Parma, Italy. Conceptual part of this project was developed in Madrid School of Architecture. During the second part of the project held in Poznan School of Architecture the project got more technical base and was enriched in acoustic and environmental engineering solutions. The exhibition pavilion project for Barilla was carried out as an attempt to create a new experimental and exhibition space. The pavilion space has been designed with the spirit of innovation, which also reflects the brand’s philosophy. The pavilion, thanks to its architectural form, is designed to activate members of the local community through numerous cultural, didactic and artistic initiatives. The educational aspect of the project has been also highlighted in the design of the garden, promoting sustainable development. The main features of the design were a balance between climate comfort, the right amount of light and energy efficiency and an interesting form. Taking care of the environment, the local materials were used. Furthermore, solar energy has been included in the building’s heat balance. Designed in a North-Italian climate, the form was created taking into account the principles of using and collecting heat. The sun cycle, surrounding, greenery and orientation were taken into account. Passive cooling and heat storage methods were used. The system was strengthened by external and internal sun protection. The form of the building inspired by ears of grain is elegant, but what was more important was the increasment of the natural air circulation inside the building. Architecture was created in harmony with nature and is human-friendly, which of course does not preclude progress and innovation. The harmony between the architect’s vision, the investor’s requirements and meeting the environmental and climate requirements is currently the most important goal that every architect should strive for. Such philosophy contributes to the intellectual development and aesthetic sensitivity of the creator.


Conceptual proposal express in Egiptian perspective

Exceptional way of thinking about architecture developed in Madrid School of Architecture was based on the reflexions of Rudolf Arntheim in his “Artefact in Nature�. By use of Egiptians perspectives it was possilble to think constantly about the spatial sequences and plans at the same time.

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Varianting and experimenting on models.

Contour - Structure The mock-up is the result of searching for relationships between the building’s structure, its transparency and direct and visual communication. The metal net is supposed to express the volume and form of the building in a transparent way. It has been bent in a way that has created the form of three pointed interpenetrating domes. This form and materials combination turned out to be a very interesting solution, giving amazing opportunities when it comes to the play of chiaroscuro and textures.

Surface - Module Long strips were cut out of the cardboard, joined together, which were variously bent into spatial blocks of various cubic capacity. Thanks to the methodology adopted in this way, a building plan with the surrounding was created, as well as a spatial form. An idea was created for the composition of irregular pavilions and green terraces covered with an additional roof. These pavilions are intertwined with orchards. In this concept, the pavilion would become a hybrid between the building and the garden, and orchards would pass smoothly inside.

Full - Empty Architecture could be defined as a set of full and empty attributes. Full and empty is a relation of contrasts and contradictions that remain in balance. Empty is lack, full is abundance and excess. Literally, emptiness is associated with silence, and the fullness is associated with pressure and shouting. Empty may require filling. What is important in architecture is what we see, but also what is not important.


Groundfloor

main exhibition area

laboratory

private treasury laboratory

events & start-ups

conference

temporary exhibitions

entrance & lobby


auditorium


Internal space shown in cross section

Spatial relationships across sections


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Competition project implemented as part of internships in Quark arquitectos under the leadership of Kusha Ghoreishi and Kamran Diba

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The museum is located next to the Imam Reza mosque in Mashhad. The historic district gives the opportunity to unify all the city’s art centers in one space. According to persian tradition, the most important is interior. In the large central courtyard passages are interwoven with museum rooms. The atrium space is covered with a dome, which symbolically closes in the sky. In contrast to the interior, the building from the outside looks like a fortress, a blind facade that opens into the outer gardens. The competition project in which I had the opportunity to participate was implemented during my internships in Quark Arquitectos. It was a challenging project, because settled in the Middle East realities, which was an additional diversity. Kamran Diba, a well-known architect in Iran, was invited to cooperate with Quark Arquitectos on the project. It was an exciting experience, a confrontation with new cultural realities and possibility to work on such an advanced project in an international team. Due to the fact that the team that I have pleasure to work was small I was an actve member of the group. My duties included making technical drawings and changes in plans, cross-sections, preparing perspectives, details and diagrams and creating a 3D model together with the initial graphic design. The project won the second prize.


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Brewery || Laboratory || Center of investigation & Events Supervisor: Prof. Jerzy suchanek

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The Polish brewing industry is constantly undergoing dynamic changes, just like consumers who are increasingly choosing craft products. The aim of the project was to create a production plant that, in addition to producing beer, would conduct innovative research and development activities leading to raising the quality level of the product. The space was created to be friendly to local producers and to help them to develop their products. Hops, in addition to the most common use, have properties used in medicine and cosmetics. This plant was already known in the ancient Rome, where it was considered as a decoration. In the thirteenth and fourteenth the monks began adding it to beer. Hence arose the idea to create work space where cosmetics would also be produced. Therefore, the brewing function has been diversified with laboratory facilities and for visitors exhibition and tasting zone was provided. The atrium became the heart of the project integrating all functions together.


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Competition Velux Award Supervisor: PhD Marzena banach

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The project is the result of reflections on the relationship between man, nature and light. Were sought basics of optics, the structure of materials and physical phenomena. The design took into account such aspects as the impact of daylight on the state of mind and well-being. An innovative idea of ​​the project is to use the traditional structure of the graduation tower to create a public space in line with the new architectural principles. The place uses the health aspects of brine and the modern structure creates misterious light effects. The pavilion responds to the need of improvement the health of city residents who suffer from long-term stress as well as environment pollution. The pavilion is shaped in such a way that the inhabitants can regenerate and relax far from the crowd. The effect was obtained while minimizing the use of advanced technology. The pavilion is dynamic and sensitive to climatic conditions. With increasing temperature, the intensity of salt crystallization and the amount of aerosol produced increases. Natural structures are constantly changing. The longer the evaporation and crystallization process takes place, the larger the salt crystals will be. The project was inspired by the traditional design of the brine graduation tower, a wooden building, the interior of which is filled with bundles of blackthorn branches, on which brine flows down from above, breaking into individual branches. Light, water and salt are three main components of the process, which can result in a spectacular play of chiaroscuro. Aerosol also appears around - the most valuable product of the process, because it is saturated with valuable microelements and minerals that are absorbed by the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract and skin, complementing the deficiency of these microelements in the human body


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Bachelor `s project Supervisor: PhD Katarzyna Suchocka

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The main idea of ​​ the project was to restore the social character of the place and to connect the station complex with the village of Manieczki. The former station, which was once the center of public life, is now undergoing degradation. The project intended to give rise to the development of an educational path with high tourist, natural and historical values. The area has great potential, because of the historic palace with park complex of Józef Wybicki and a rotunda nearby. As a result of numerous analyzes and observations, the building received the final form made of small cuboid pavilions, connecting the old and rough walls of the station with elegant wooden contrasting new facades. The idea of ​​an educational path intensively influenced the form of the building, cutting the compositional axis into two parts. From the side of a busy and noisy street, the form is more compact, closed and massive, while from the south the building received plenty of glazed openings to newly designed greenery located on a slight elevation of the area. The greenery has been designed to be an acoustic and viewing barrier for production plant in neighborhood. The envisaged exhibition function responds to the historical and cultural character of the place. An office function and an auditorium with a small library and tea room are support functions. The facility would cooperate with a neighboring furniture company that could present the latest innovations in the world of design and organize local vernissages. Events for the local community could take place in the auditorium.


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Modeling workshop Supervisor: Prof. Jerzy suchanek

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The modeling workshop function was proposed is to increase the interest in the area with such a high potential. The design was created on a representative street, which is currently neglected, and in the past was an important route between the town hall and the cathedral. The form of the building was arranged in cascade terraces, corresponding to tall decorated buildings on one side and low apartment blocks of the 20th century on the other. The form is designed in accordance with new trends in architecture. The colors are delicate, and main focus of the design was put on broadband windows, which can serve as an exhibition storefronts.


Industrial Design Children’s multiuse furniture “Pablito”


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Design of a multifunctional children’s table “Pablito” Supervisor: Msc Ewa Angoneze-Grela

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The main idea was to create a furniture that could stimulate children’s creativity. The form is inspired by the Pablo Picasso’s animal drawings, where the shapes are irregular. Furniture looks different depending on various perspectives. It resembles an animal-like form, but unsaid enough to stimulate the imagination. The table was additionally equipped with a small lamp, a material bag for toys, a compartment for pencils and books creating an interesting complex furniture, good for learning and having fun. Surely children would find many more ways how to use it. The form is simple, based on basic forms and various material combinations. Imagination developed in early childhood will stay with children forever.


“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artists once they grow up� ~Pablo Picasso

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The furniture has been designed to develop the children creativity and imagination.


Landscape Isla Mayor Recovery


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University of Malaga ( teamwork ) Supervisor: PhD F. Javier Castellano Pulido

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The main goal of the project was to merge crops areas and urban site. The project provides the modernization of agricultural infrastructure and the reduction of artificial boundaries and constrasts between the urban and agricultural area. The area features many water channels that separate rice crops. The problem of ill-considered development that has taken place for years has led to the inhibition of the region’s economy as well as to poor environmental condition and high pollution. Temporary structures developed on the border of two different areas such as: storages, homesteads, orchards arosed spontaneously. These constructions are non-functional and neglected, thus spoiling the landscape. An attempt was made to standardize the area and to develop the empty urban spaces. The project was divided into two parts - revitalization of the existing part and creation of new facilities.


facades: part of the individual proposal


Painting Cadiz Madrid Sensation Baltic in construction, Poznan Local vision, Manieczki


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Technique : acrylic paints Format : 100x70 [CM]

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Travels, curiosity of the world, love of nature, diversity of cultures are my endless source of inspiration. There is no better souvenir from a given place than a hand-painted picture. Laconic architectural sketches help to capture the so-called Ganius Loci, which according to Roman mythology means a spirit protecting a given place. The beauty is a very relative and intimate concept, perceived differently in different cultures of the world, which means infinite possibilities in discovering it.


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Technique : acrylic paints Formats: 42x29,7 [cm]

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The pictures are part of a series of quick acrylic sketches. Inspired by the exhibition “Map and Territory� in Reina Sofia museum consisted of the works of the great italian artist and photographer Luigi Ghirri. The serie presents the intimate perception of the place rather than accurate immortalization. I painted the views from the window at different times of the day and season. I call this series of paintings intimate because changes can be seen in the color tone and accuracy of the presentation depending on the humor and mood. Image of the city and our memories of the place depend on personal experience and perception. Further are presented 3 drawings out of 60 created.

mass of buildings


panorama of the city

city detail


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Technique : ink & ecoline Format : 100x70 [CM]

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The graphics show the building “Baltyk� designed by the MVRDV under construction in Poznan, Poland. This drawing was made as a final delivery project for art classes. The aim of the task was to draw the contemporary architecture. I had decided to paint unfinished till that time construction. Nowadays, everyone can take a photography from internet and copy it, but as artists we have to remember that we are also witnesses of the ever-changing space. Thinking this way, this drawing is unique, because it is a souvenir of the fleeting moment. The painting was awarded at the student exhibition.


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Technique: ecoline Format: 42x29,7 [cm]

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An important part of every design process is the local vision and the first sketches in the outdoor. From observation to the first line, through thought, to an idea - that’s how each project begins. The following sketches are an example of drawings that were made in preparation for design process.


Sculpture Barilla Pavilion model Architectural Detail


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Technique: Clay

Part of the final Master`s project presentation

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Despite the fact that the architectural design of this project is itself openwork, I decided to make a model out of clay. This material thanks to its flexible property is suitable for shaping various forms. First of all, I wanted to show on my model how the building gently fits into the landscape and grows out of the ground.


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Technique: Clay

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From sculpture to architecture. It is very important to touch and feel the texture of materials. Sculpture is a medium with which you can experiment with aesthetics without restrictions to which architecture is subject. Sculpture develops manual and artistic skills and also shapes architectural sensitivity and improves perception.


Woodwork Roofing Design, Madrid


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Madrid School of Architecture Carpentry workshop ( teamwork ) Supervisor: Miguel Carlos Fernandez Cabo

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Group project during carpentry classes in Madrid University of Architecture. The aim of the project was not only to design a beatiful form and learn manual skills, but also to understand more how the tensions work in such a structure. It was experience through trials and errors which was the best way to undersand the wood properties.


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Architecture graduate. Art passionate. Travels, diversity of the world and love of nature are an endless source of my inspiration. The sk...

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