Gabriele Jureviciute is a Lithuanian architect with a Master’s Degree in Advanced Architecture from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC). She is currently working as the academic coordinator of the Master in Advanced Architecture (MAA01) and a faculty member of different courses, including the Circular Matter: Designing Circularity in the Built Environment Seminar, Fab.AR: Manual Fabrication Assisted with Augmented Reality Seminar, and Advanced Manufacturing Thesis Cluster.
Gabriele’s professional interests include sustainable and responsive architecture, material circularity and digital fabrication. Her master thesis project developed in 2018/19 at IAAC was based on the topic “Plastic Emergency Architecture: Creating low-cost, accessible architecture from waste material, improving liveability in areas affected by mismanaged plastic waste”. The project has been exhibited during the events such as Barcelona Building Construmat 2019 and Architects@Work Madrid 2019. Moreover, it has been developed further during the Residency program at Autodesk Build Space in Boston, USA.
Before coming to IAAC Gabriele has worked as an architect in Lithuania and Portugal. Additionally, she has been involved in many events related to the European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) in various roles, including an organiser and a tutor.