Urban Designer + Architect
Mariia is an Associate Urban Designer at Prior + Partners and a registered with the Architectural Registration Board (ARB) Architect. Mariia has successfully delivered projects spanning a range of sectors, countries, climates, cultures, stages and scales, from conceptual masterplanning and urban regeneration through to the delivery of buildings on site. Her work focuses on the crossover of architecture and urbanism, as she believes that successful places are rooted in the transformative synergy of ‘life between buildings’ and life within buildings.
Previous to joining Prior + Partners Mariia was employed by Foster + Partners. This followed her positions with AECOM and Allies and Morrison.
Euston Station, London
Mariia is currently involved in practice’s work at Euston following building on the support we provided to Lendlease in their successful submission to the Department for Transport to serve as Master Development Partner for the redevelopment of Euston Station and surrounding area and Prior + Partners continues to lead the masterplanning team for this important project.
Mariia led the project team on this detailed masterplan for the re-use of the former airport and Olympic site.
Principal Place Commercial, London
Mariia oversaw client and consultant coordination for Amazon’s London headquarters, a 55,000 sqm 15-storey office building.
Russian Copper Company Headquarters, Ekaterinburg
In addition to working on the tender and construction drawings, Mariia was responsible for coordination with client and consultants. In addition to working on the tender and construction drawings, Mariia was responsible for coordination with client and consultants.
Amiri Flights Hangar and Support Facilities, Doha
As package architect Mariia completed tender and construction drawings, and coordinated with consultants.
Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Legacy Masterplan
Mariia’s work on this high profile project included masterplan design development, and coordination with highway engineers and venues designers.