Veronika Desova

Born in Varna, Bulgaria, 1994
Lives and works in Glasgow, UK

Education 

2019 - 2020

Masters by Conversion,

Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow

2017 - 2019

Architecture (Dip Arch), RIBA Part II

Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow

2016

Study exchange at Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris La Villette, Paris

2013 - 2017

Architecture Studies, RIBA Part 1

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Exhibitions 

Solo

2021

Fossils, Stallan Brand Gallery, Glasgow

2019

'Florence: Portrait of a City' (Part of ArchiFringe Festival)

New Glasgow Society, Glasgow 

2019

'Florence: Portrait of a City' 

The Vic Project Space Two, Glasgow

Group

2021

Elements  at The Soane Museum, London 

Collaborative Research Project on Gillespie Kidd and Coia and Sir John Soane

2020

New Beginnings

Bedroom Artists, London (digital exhibition)

2020

Love in the Time of Covid

The Alchemy Experiment, Glasgow

2020

Inner World 

Boomer Gallery, London 

2020

40th Anniversary of Royal Scottish Academy 

(Sir John Kinross Scholarship), Edinburgh

2020

Soane's Bank of England’s Disappeared Body Parts (Master's Project)

Grace and Clark Fyfe Gallery, Glasgow

2019

Antwerp: Myth, Modernity and Metamorphosis

Final Year Thesis Degree Show at the MSA, Glasgow

2015

Fundraising Exhibition for the Mackintosh Building

The Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow

Awards 

2019

Landscape Prize for Thesis Project

2019

GSA Sustainability Prize (High Commendation) for Thesis Project

2018

RSA Sir John Kinross Florence Travel Scholarship Award 

2018

 RIAS Stage 4 Masterplan Shortlisted

2016

 Glasgow Institute of Architects Student Awards 

Third Year Commendation 

2015

 Glasgow Institute of Architects Student Awards

Second Year Commendation

2015

 Finalist in International START Competition - Rome Architecture and Cinema - with Marco Zaccaria (for a Cinematic Museum in Rome).

Contact Me

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Art 

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Photography