Paulina McNee, BA (Hons), DipArch ARB RIBA - Architect
Paulina trained at the University of Liverpool and the University of Brighton. She has worked in several sectors both in London and Jersey, including residential, education, community and sport/leisure.
Whilst at Consarc Consulting Architects in London, she worked on a high-end office fit out for a Global Asset Management company; and on a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Civic Centre building for a London Borough Council.
She has experience in competition design, including the RIBA/BRE International Competition winning entry for the iCon iHub in Daventry. Paulina also collaborated with Artists London Fieldworks in the design of the short-listed and published art installation, Super Kingdom in King’s Wood, Kent.
Subsequently, Paulina worked in London for Levitt Bernstein and Space & Place. At the latter, Paulina carried out several design research and test projects for Sport England, which informed their published Design Guidance for Sports Centers. She critiqued sport design and produced specialist information for projects in England, Ireland and the Middle East.
She was Project Architect for St Sidwell’s Point Leisure Centre, Exeter through to tender stage. This required collaboration with a team of world class engineers and environmental specialists, including the Passivhaus Institute and the IBN. The project is set to be the first Passivhaus Leisure Centre in the UK; rated as a ‘healthy building’, having been designed to Bau Biologie principles.
Paulina has also acted as external critic at the University of Kent, reviewing students’ work and grading the end of year design submissions.
Since joining Godel Architects in December 2016, Paulina has been Project Architect for several bespoke residential schemes.