Anastasia Gulinskaya

Anastasia Gulinskaya

Minneapolis, MN, US



Anastasia has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Her main interests lay within urban design and sustainable architecture categories, but stretch as far as affordable housing, landscape design, and healthcare. She has participated in a variety of projects while working on her degree, including large scale examples such as Urban Park and Farmer’s Market. Her final project became a manifestation of her interest of urban architecture and design - a mixed use high-rise on a former Nicollet Hotel Block.

She is proficient in various CAD software, as well as in classic hand drawing and physical model building.


Miller Hanson Partners, Minneapolis, MN, US, Architectural Technician

Construction documents, code analysis, architectural and interior design, marketing, rendering, building assessments

May 2012 - current

Shabunin’s Architectural Workshop, Moscow, RU, Assistant Architect

Contract position.
CAD drafting, sketching, architectural design, printing

Feb 2009 - May 2009

Arkoproekt, Moscow, RU, Assistant Engineer/Architect

Contract position.
Primarily engineering firm required some architectural/ drafting services in a few office and residential projects.

Jan 2008 - Mar 2008

ModeLab, DonStroi, Moscow, RU, 3D Model-builder

Contract position.
The firm specialized in physical model building. The duties included getting CAD files ready for laser cutter and subsequent model building.
Clients: large commercial/ industrial companies, architecture firms.

Jun 2007 - Oct 2007


University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, MArch, Architecture

Conceptual design
Sustainable architecture
Urban design
Neighborhood design

Sep 2010 - Jun 2013

Moscow College of Architecture and Construction Management, Moscow, RU, BArch, Architecture

Degree acquired: Bachelor of Science in Architecture (first 4 years)
Advanced degree (5th year): Religious architecture

Sep 2004 - Jun 2009


May Ohrbeck Painter Graduate Fellowship, Scholarship


Areas of Specialization