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EDUCATION

MARIA KUPRYJANIUK

Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

Oxford Brookes University, The United Kingdom

Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

Univerza v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, Slovenia,

Master of Science, Urban Area Development and Planning

Postgraduate studies in Urban Design

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Environmental Development, Planning and Management

Semester Abroad, Spatial Planning, Piano and flute instrumentalist Faculty of Construction and Geodesy

Savills, Oxford, The United Kingdom, Assistant Urban Designer, workshadowing,

The University of Natural Resources and Life Science; Vienna, Austria,

Francisco Mangado & Asociados Architecture Studio, Pamplona, Spain

Lecturer's Assistant, Erasmus+ Internship,

Project Architect and Designer, Erasmus+ Internship,

EXPERIENCE

PRP Architects, Masterplanning, Urban Regeneration London, The United Kingdom

Assistant Urban Designer,

contact +48 883 717 866 marysia.kupryjaniuk@gmail.com

LinkedIn Profile

Music teacher of playing instruments

WORKSHOPS 2019

Valencia, Spain

2018

London, United Kingdom Lisbon, Portugal

2018 2017

London, United Kingdom

2016

Pamplona Spain

2015

Slovenia, Istria

LANGUAGES Architectural exploration of the regenerated city Urban design in regeneration and asset transformation. Regeneration and creative pursuits of Lisbon despite being in an economic doldrum. An exploration of high-density and regeneration in urban design. 4th International Congress of Architecture and Society ‘Change of’ Climate’. Development potentials of rural areas and complete settlement reconstruction.

NATIVE SPEAKER C1, IELTS 7.0 B1 SLE 10.0 B1

Warsaw Development Planning Office SA, Warsaw, Poland

Assistant Urban Designer Music Factory Foundation, Animator of music classes for children with disabilities,

PROGRAMS

Frederic Chopin State School of Music, Sochaczew, Poland

City Council, Sochaczew, Poland, Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, internship,

Symphony Orchestra Sonus, the first flautist

HOBBIES


As urban designers, we must understand the problems and aspects of a wide range of projects related to various issues. Bearing in mind that urban design is a broad and interdisciplinary profession, I try to show in my portfolio the diversity of issues, problems, approach and solutions of the projects that I have taken part. They are divided into different scale extents considering various morphological elements of the city, sectors and professional disciplines. In each of them my duties and problems faced by me and the project team are defined.

DISCIPLINES

SCALE

urban thinking DISCIPLINE

Urban design

urban PLANNING

design sector

QUALITIES

uses SPATIAL PLANNING

scale

teamwork problems

LOCATION duties real estate

LOCATION Prague

France

Ljubljana

Qatar

Vienna

Rio de Janeiro

Oxford

Warsaw

Toulouse

London

Dubai

Zamora

Łodź

Pamplona

Architecture

gis ‘City is not a problem, city is a solution’ Jaime Lerner


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BUILDING

PROJECTS IN THAT SECTION: 1. Kampus Albertov - Charles university, Czech Republic 2. Justice palace - Mont de Marsan, France 3. Zamora - auditorium & community centre, France 4. New thriving town within the city, Cornwall, UK


Kampus Albertov Charles University Design for contemporary, permanent buildings housing two new inter-faculty research centres of Charles University - Biocentre and Globcentre-internationallevel centrers of excellence for research and teaching. Visibility study of new development

LOCATION

Prague, Czech Republic

GROUP SIZE

Relationships between two buildings

Visibility study of new development on a city scale

Floorplans

for Biocentrum

Site plan

work on project development from DUTIES in the the initial state, project design, consultations with engineers problematic arrangement of multiple uses encountered and functions in two PROBLEMS buildings (laboratories, canteens, classrooms)


Justice Palace Mont de Marsan The design of court with functional complexity avoid interference between the most public and the innermost, interferences that are neither admissible nor desired. The most important material used in the design was natural light.

Schematic axonometrical view

LOCATION

Mont de Marsan, France

GROUP SIZE conceptual design discussion, developDUTIES in the ment of the design, preparation of the project final dossier for the competition plan of non-crisscrossing routes for prisoners, encountered judges, PROBLEMS employees and court visitors, access of light to the courtroom

Building faรงades

Axonometrical view with surroundings

Floor plan


ZAMORA AUDITORIUM & Community centre Cultural centre with a music school is one of the most inspirational projects I have ever done because of my music background. Design of the building is an art and when you understand the space like no one else you can create an amazing space that is functional and yet designed with craftsmanship and class.

LOCATION

Zamora, Spain

GROUP SIZE organization of the facility’s layout arrangeDUTIES in the ment, preparation of project architectural drawings multiple changes of

encountered the project from the PROBLEMS developer’s side,

Sections

Plan

Location


new Thriving town within the city Pydar Street is large mixed use regeneration scheme in the centre of Truro, sitting between Brunel’s iconic Great Western Railway viaduct and the spires of Truro Cathedral. The proposal includes variety of uses such as: office, food & beverage, later living, independent retail, university campus, residential units, cafÊs, leisure, community centre and high quality public realm.

LOCATION

Truro, Cornwall, UK

GROUP SIZE architectural

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DUTIES in the coding, architecture project drawings

Architecture decoding

significant differences in levels, sensitivity of encountered the nature, protected PROBLEMS views, mixed use typologies

Dwelling typologies


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BLOCK & PLOT

PROJECTS IN THAT SECTION: 1. Art mill museum, Qatar 2. Bringing west Oxford to life, Oxford, UK 3. In searching for tradition, United Arab Emirates 4. Granularity in urban design, Master dissertation, UK


art mill museum The Art Mill complex is a global centre for exhibitions and arts programming, and a catalyst for cultural learning and social exchange in Qatar’s society. The project area is located on a peninsula of reclaimed land projecting into Doha Bay, surrounded by water on three sides and with uninterrupted views of the city.

Urban analysis

LOCATION

Doha, Qatar

GROUP SIZE research about characteristics elements DUTIES in the of the culture, history, morphology, drawproject ings and concept graphics Mapping the historical

Functional schemes

encountered character of the city in PROBLEMS the building layout

Site analysis

Strategic concept


bringing west oxford to life, west oxford regeneration Individual work to produce design proposals at appropriate scales, along with a ‘design explanation’ of design ideas for the site located in Oxford to create vibrant and places. Design development

LOCATION

Oxford, United Kingdom

GROUP SIZE Section throughout the blocs

3D perspective

SWOT & vision development, conceptual DUTIES in the framework development and design. project preparation of the posters Time pressure, fronts encountered & backs plots solution PROBLEMS for ventilation of the parking,

Temporary uses of the square

Movement schemes

Sensory experience of a place


In searching for tradition The conceptual design model responding to both traditional and contemporary character that address the problems of maintaining high environmental quality in the high-density development.

Vibrant streetscape

Plan of public realm.

LOCATION

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Public square

Energy efficiency solutions

GROUP SIZE preparation of concept, literature and case studies, DUTIES in the research, principles generation, research project strategy, detailed design with a clear explanation extreme climate conditions, cardependent society, encountered Islamic context PROBLEMS specific rules for architecture and urban design, lack of place-identity

Courtyard

Concept diagram

Section


GRANULARITY IN URBAN DESIGN The aim of the dissertation was to define, analyse and compare fine-grained and coarse-grained patterns and to establish what kind of urban design qualities can be delivered by different types of urban grain, Graduated with merit. Research structure

Diagram presenting research problem

Fine grain active frontages

Analysed qualities

LOCATION

Warsaw, Poland London, UK

GROUP SIZE research structure, deep literature review, case studies assessDUTIES in the ment, development framework, field project trips, questionnaires, preparation of drawings,

Morphological changes of the grain

Lack of literature on the subject, selection relevant case encountered of PROBLEMS studies, development framework and research approach

Maps and 3D of case studies assessment


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DISTRICT

PROJECTS IN THAT SECTION: 1. Vibrant neighbourhood for inclusive communities, London, uk 2. Reinventing Dubai, Optimal locations for city bike stations, United Arab Emirates 3. The identity of favelas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 4. Sustainable Urban Extension, UK 21st century garden city, UK


Vibrant neighbourhood for inclusive communities Outline Planning Application for redevelopment of the existing industrial estate to provide up to 1,250 residential units with associated access, landscaping and parking. The scheme offers over 10,000sqm public open space, public square with potential commercial facilities, retention and enhancement of ecological Variety of housing typologies and drainage network and all CRABTREEmature MANORWAY SOUTH landscape, safe and well overlooked tree-planted streets.

Character Areas

CRABTREE MANORWAY SOUTH, BELVEDERE

SITE OUTLINE AND VISION

2.6 THE ILLUSTRATIVE MASTERPLAN The masterplan for Crabtree Manorway South will deliver vibrant neighbourhoods for inclusive communities to last for generations. A new residential address will be established that will be a place of exchange, encouraging social engagement and promoting economic and environmental sustainability. The new community will both enhance and establish new links within the wider area, ensuring that Crabtree Manorway South is seen as a beacon of community pride and integration.

CRABTREE BOULEVARD

The development at Crabtree Manorway South will be the catalyst and inspiration for the continued transformation of Belvedere as a whole.

Axonometrical view of the proposed development

URBAN QUARTER

THE YARDS

ECO-TRAIL

LIVING BY THE GREEN

Variety of character areas

LOCATION

Crabtree Industrial London

GROUP SIZE

URBAN LANDMARK

Design Code, Design and Access statement, drawings, DUTIES in the technical design principles project and guidelines, hand drawings

NEW AVENUE ECOLOGICAL BUFFER

URBAN QUARTER

ECOLOGICAL BUFFER NON-RESIDENTIAL USES

technical

PEDESTRIAN ARRIVAL

RAILWAY LINE

Illustrative masterplan

problems,

encountered s u b - c o n s u l t a n t s PROBLEMS delaying the process

LIVING BY THE GREEN

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Manorway Estate,

Design guidelines for character areas


REINVENTING DUBAI Generic, conceptual design model addressing the problems of maintaining high environmental quality in the high-density development assuming 800 people per hectare. Site analysis

LOCATION

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

GROUP SIZE exploring environmental qualities, extracted from literature review,case studies application of the DUTIES in the qualities in the masproject terplan, generic, conceptual design model in the high-density development, design research weather, encountered intense PROBLEMS globalisation issues

SWOT analysis

Masterplan


The Identity of Favelas A new regenerated development of social housing in the slum area in the city centre of Rio de Janeiro recreating the best urban design qualities. Tissue achievement

LOCATION Existing condition of the favela

Masterplan

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

GROUP SIZE site inventory, analysis of the area, discovering of people’s life in DUTIES in the favelas, development project framework, design, posters and presentation, topography of the area, prestigious location in the city centre, small flat sizes encountered requirements, lack PROBLEMS of planning rules, slum conditions, uncontrolled growth, social inequality

Views from favela

3D visualisations


Sustainable Urban Extension Sustainable, healthy, convenient and community focused design code prepared for East Carterton Garden Village, The design continues to provide traditional family homes of all sizes, a school, a local centre as well a country park and green connections, newly planted woodland and new public spaces.

LOCATION

Access / Circulation

Density

Land use

Green infrastructure

Carterton, The United Kingdom Mixed-use

GROUP SIZE

Colour and materials pallet

Preparation of hand drawings, updating drawings, DUTIES in the existing site visit, participation project in design code production repeatability of layouts

encountered of urban extensions in PROBLEMS UK,

Character areas design code

Concept masterplan


21st century garden city Ebbsfleet Garden City is the first in a generation of new sustainable places which inherits an industrial legacy of gorges, bridges, tunnels linking former chalk quarries to create a new civic community connected by public transit, and a diverse range of opportunities to live, work and play. The delivery of well-designed neighbourhoods, workplaces, schools and town centres will ensure that current and future residents will enjoy a high quality of living with easy access to all provisions needed for healthy lives. Illustrative view, plan and section of Village Green

FARMLAND RURAL DEFINING THE CHARACTER

Ashmere Character Areas

Built form

Farmland Heritage

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The following principles should be treated as additional to appearance and texture the overarching Heritage EdgeMateriality, narrative zone principles. They are intended to provide a more focused approach + Limited of materials colours on one massit(2aor 3 is preferred) to this number particular characterand area in order to give + Enhanced articulation distinctive identity. to respond to the historic industrial past (quarry works)

Materiality, appearance and texture

Materiality + Articulation

+ Limited number of materials and colours on one mass

LOCATION

+ Variation to articulation to add interest to the streetscene + Minimal accent details is to be promoted where possible (exception for key corners or landmarks) + Use of black or white fibre cement cladding to pay regards to Western Cross Farm, Kent villages and the cliff edge

+ Contrasting materials - emphasise horizontality and verticality

Frontage character

Mandatory

GROUP SIZE

Built form

Design Code, plans, sections, diagram exDUTIES in the plaining the principroject ples, streetscapes, illustrative views,

+ Built form to be a simple, single mass + Linear roof line preferred (i.e. not angled) + Gabled roof + Contemporary in style using traditional forms (e.g. facing gables)

Illustrative house type examples of materiality and appearance (note: these are advisory)

Landscape

+ Semi detached, (linked) detached, pavilion, primary street townhouse, mews and corner house typologies all acceptable (see pages xx-xx for further information on typologies)

Building typologies

Illustrative house type examples of materiality and appearance (note: these are advisory)

+ Mansion block, apartment block and corner block all acceptable (see pages xx-xx for further information on typologies)

encountered Liaising with PROBLEMS consultants

Illustrative apartment type examples of materiality and appearance (note: these are advisory)

Illustrative apartment type examples of materiality and appearance (note: these are advisory)

Illustrative house type examples of built form with variant roofscape approaches (note: these are advisory)

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PROJECTS IN THAT SECTION: 1. Analysis of visibility, Poland 2. Optimal locations for city bike stations, Poland 3. Development potentials of rural area, Slovenia 4. Study of conditions and directions of spatial development, Poland 5. From landfill to thriving community, UK


Analysis of visibility Analysing of the impact of the newly designed skyscraper located in terms of visibility and shading. Criteria for the analysis were selected to determine the most attractive location of flat and to assess the impact of the proposed skyscraper on the environment and to verify the feasibility of the investment.

Shadow analysis

Location of analysed flats

LOCATION

Warsaw, Poland

GROUP SIZE

View from the flat

Visibility analysis

analysis of existing material and designing of the new DUTIES in the location, analysis project of the visibility and shading, market analysis lack of public and available data, timeencountered consuming process of PROBLEMS partitioning data and adding appropriate attributes


OPTIMAL LOCATIONS FOR CITY BIKE STATIONS On the basis of the developed and classified criteria, the selection of the most advantageous places for the location of potential bicycle stations has been analysed and the obtained results were compared with the results of the bicycle rental location indicated by the inhabitants of Łódź as part of the public consultations.

Spatial analysis

LOCATION

Łódź, Poland

GROUP SIZE analysis of available materials, creation of an additional layer for analysis, selection of criteria, analysis of the DUTIES in the selection of potential bicycle stations, project comparison of results obtained with the results of bike rental locations indicated by the inhabitants

Locations from the buildings

Lack of data, complexity of the task, the Selection function encountered in model builder PROBLEMS and actions that are not conditioned by Toolbox tools.

Model from model builder

Final locations of the stations


Development potentials of rural area The aim of the student’s workshop of the University of Ljubljana and the University of Zagreb was to restore the live of small towns in the Istrian region. The main aim of the project was the creation of a well-functioning network of small towns through the development of villages and good connections between those places.

Morphological study of the area

LOCATION

Slovenia, Istria

GROUP SIZE active participation in group work, field visits, development of regeneration conDUTIES in the cepts, giving a presentation, participaproject tion in lectures and public participation, preparation of publications Conceptual diagrams

Views from the area

time constraints, lack

encountered of interest of small PROBLEMS towns


study of conditions and directions of spatial development The planning study defines spatial management policy, especially: environmental values and threats, protective forms, built-up areas, areas excluded from buildingup and designed for buildingup, condition and directions of development of service and technical infrastructure, areas destined for execution of supralocal tasks and programs.

Existing areas for local spatial development plans

LOCATION

Proposed areas for local spatial development plans

Siedlce, Poland

GROUP SIZE development of study of conditions and directions of spatial DUTIES in the development, land use analyses and town project planning forecasts, cooperation with local government incompatibility of the various project particencountered ipants regarding the PROBLEMS decision-making process

Green network

Mobility network


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Letters of reference - Workplaces


To whom it may concern:

Warsaw, 29th November 2016

I am glad to recommend Maria Kupryjaniuk who has been working in BAAU Architecture Urban Planning from 03.2014 to 12.2014. She has great organization and interpersonal skills. She is a quick learner and has shown the ability to digest large volumes of information. She is hard-working, reliable and extremely dedicated to her work. She has excellent skills with AutoCAD, ArcGis, Ewmapa and other software we use on a daily basis. Among others, she has been working in the following projects: • • • •

Local Plan of Spatial Development in Siedlce - Osiedle Ułanów Studium uwarunkowań i kierunków zagospodarowania przestrzennego – Siedlce Local Plan of Spatial Development In area of streets Okrężna, Wintera and Dzieci Zamojszczyzny in Siedlce Local Plan of Spatial Development covering the area between the streets: Garwolińska, Unitów Podlaskich, Niepodległości and Romanówka in Siedlce

I consider her to be a valuable member of the team, who consistently achieves good results and delivers all expectations. I recommend Maria for any work or position she applies for. Yours faithfully,

BAAU Architektura Urbanistyka Spółka z o. o. 02-313 Warszawa, ul. Sękocińska 11A/20, tel. 514 513 541, NIP 7010141409, Regon 141407360, KRS 0000305858


Letters of reference - universities Univerza v Ljubljani

Fakulteta za gradbeništvo in geodezijo

Ljubljana, 21. 12. 2016 To whom be concerned, hereby I send you a reference letter for Maria Kupryjaniuk. I have known Maria for six months as her professor during her Erasmus Student Exchange Programme at the University of Ljubljana in 2014 where she studied at the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering on the study program Spatial Planning. Maria has taken the following courses I taught:  PROJECT TASK WITH SEMINAR (NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVELS). The course is related to social, political and cultural issues of spatial and urban planning. The study puts emphasis on the integral approach to the spatial design, the planning and to the environment management.  METHODOLOGY OF SPATIAL PLANNING WITH SEMINAR (MUNICIPAL AND REGIONAL LEVELS) During the course theoretical approaches to spatial problems were discussed. The study is connected to the urban and landscape design, and spatial planning. The study program, which Maria has taken part in, qualifies students for spatial planners – generalists with balanced knowledge and skills from the areas of spatial planning, environment protection, geoinformation, urban and regional geography, spatial legislation, spatial economy, spatial sociology, infrastructural systems and other spatial sciences. Maria has achieved excellent results in these courses – passed all proposed tests, practical works and showed knowledge of both practical and theoretical material. She was actively participating in the lectures and she showed great interest in the subject, willingness and ability to study material beyond limits of the courses. Maria took part in an international student workshop “Development potential of rural areas and the complete renovation of the village” in Istria where she presented her skills to define, research, understand and creatively solve problems, principles and theories. She also has abilities to deal with conflicts and work in a team, which came to be important during the workshop. Based on my professional experience, I evaluate Maria as an intelligent, respectful, purposeful and initiative person and recommend her for any position she applies for. Please contact me if you need any further information.

Yours sincerely,

Assist. Prof. Alma Zavodnik Lamovšek


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