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Pauline Lyders
California Architect License C 29437

Education
Graduate Studies in Architecture
University of Texas at Austin (1995-1996, Interdisciplinary Studies Program)
Bachelor of Architecture, High Honors Graduate
University of Texas at Austin (1992)

Professional Experience (selected projects)
[place], Sept 2003-June 2007
Title: Partner/Owner
Corbin Ave Residence (landscape), Tarzana, CA
Bower Drive Residence (unbuilt), Topanga, CA
Descanso Gardens, La Cañada, CA
Rio Vista Park, Amigos de los Rios , El Monte, CA
Idaho Ave Residence, Santa Monica CA
St. Matthew's Parish School (landscape), Pacific Palisades, CA
EIS Design, Venice, CA Dec 2002 – June 2003
Title: Project Architect - Consultant
Ding-Chang Residence, Pacific Palisades, CA
631 Palms Residence, Venice, CA
Michael Maltzan Architecture, Los Angeles, CA Mar 2002 – June 2002
Title: Project Architect – Contract basis
Kidspace Museum, Pasadena, CA
studio bau:ton, Los Angeles, CA Sept 2000 – June 2001
Title: Project Manager
Ayeroff/Longbine Residence, Pacific Palisades, CA
Vivendi/Universal Education Production Studio, Pacific Palisades, CA
Cuningham Group, Marina Del Rey, CA Jan 1997 – Dec 1999
Title: Project Architect and Project Designer
GameWorks, Dallas. TX, Tempe, AZ, Miami, FL, Columbus, OH
LACMA Experimental Gallery, “African Musical Instruments” exhibit – Los Angeles, CA
Kennedy Space Center, “Exploration in the New Millennium” exhibit, Cape Canaveral, FL
Disneyland, restaurant renovation, Anaheim, CA
Hatch Partnership, Austin, TX Apr 1994 – Dec 1996
Title: Project Designer and Job Captain
Whole Foods Market, West Los Angeles, CA, Beverly Hills, CA, Sherman Oaks, CA, San Diego, CA, La Jolla, CA
Bread & Circus Market, Philadelphia, PA
The B&C Restaurant, Georgetown, D.C
Corgan Associates Architects, Dallas, TX Apr 1993 – Dec 1993
Title: Intern Architect
Parish Day School Addition, Dallas, TX
NAFTA Headquarters, Dallas, TX
L’Atelier de Christian de Portzamparc, Paris, FR Jan 1991 – Dec 1991
Title: Intern Architect
ZAC Bercy Mixed Use Development, Paris, FR
Manin Jaures Hotel and Offices, Paris, FR
Texas Historical Commission, Austin, TX Sept 1989 – May 1990
Title: Architectural Renderer and Intern Architect
Revitalization of historic small town centers in Gonzales, TX, Elgin, TX and Sulphur Springs, TX

Additional Skills
Business software - MS Office Suite, MS Project, Open Office, Quickbooks, GoogleApps
Graphic and Web Design – Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Wordpress
Visual Arts - Drawing, Painting, Rendering, Collage, Model-building
CAD - AutoCAD 2006, Vectorworks 12, SketchUp 6
Technology/networking – small office network set-up, software

Honors, Publications, and Exhibits

Univerisity of Texas @ Austin Dean's Honor List  1987 – 1988
University of Texas School of Architecture Honors  1989 – 1991
Portfolio Honors, Pass with Distinction – 1990
"Paris, Blank Paper, and Infinity"  (article for SLAB 05), 1992
"Infinite Games"  (exhibition of collage and paintings at Mebane Gallery), Austin, TX 1992
Exhibit of collage works,  Emerson Unitarian Church, 1992
"Why Architecture?"  (article for SLAB 06), 1993
"InFORMation POETry"  (poems for Perforations), 1993
Annual A.I.A. Graphics Competition, Austin, TX 1994 - First Place
"Foot in Convention," "Papaya Enzyme" (music and lyrics for band Papaya Enzyme), 1994
"StoryWeb" editor of online Multi-Author Story 1994
"Explorations of Process" (exhibition of paintings at Java Heaven), Austin, TX 1995 
"17 Doors" (Interactive Multimedia Art Installation) TOPOS Art Space, Austin, TX 1996 and Diverseworks, Houston, TX 1997
“NEW BLOOD: Next Gen” (invited participant – [place]) A+D Museum, Los Angeles, CA 2006

References and printable pdf version available upon request