Andrė Baldišiūtė

Andrė Baldišiūtė LT
| Vilnius, Lithuania

Andrė Baldišiūtė (b. 17 May 1980, Šiauliai, Lithuania), chief architect, founder and partner of the studio DO ARCHITECTS, member of the Council of the Lithuanian Chamber of Architects. One of the initiators and pioneers of the Lithuanian Foundation of Architecture, an active and visible representative of the young generation of Lithuanian architects. Currently lives in Vilnius, Lithuania.

1998–2002 Bachelor degree of Architecture from Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Faculty of Architecture (Vilnius, Lithuania),
2000-2001 - Exchange Program at Valencia Technical University in Spain (Valencia, Spain),
2003-2006 - Master's degree of Architecture from the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture (Amsterdam, Netherlands).

2001–2003 - Architect of Paleko Arch Studios, 2005–2006 - Architect, Director, Vilnius, Lithuania
2003-2004 - Assistant Architect, One Architecture, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2004-2006 - Architect of Karres en Brands, Amsterdam, Netherlands
since 2006 - Founder and chief architect of studio Andrė Baldi architecture-urbanism, Vilnius, Lithuania
since 2007 - Lecturer VGTU Faculty of Architecture, Vilnius, Lithuania
since 2014 - Founder of the studio "DO ARCHITECTS", Vilnius, Lithuania

- Awarded (3 times) the main prize of the Lithuanian Architecture Exhibition “Look at Yourself” “1/5 metro”: for the competition project for the expansion of the Asplund Library (2003–2005), for the realization of the Power Kite and Sailing Center, hotel and café in Svencelė (2010–2012) ), for the realization of the Museum of Modern Art (with others, 2017–2018).
- Won the Environmental Award for the City of Ogmia for the best urban work (2018)
- LNTPA (Lithuanian Real Estate Development Association) Award for the City of Ogmia for the best multifunctional conversion (2018)
- Nominated for the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture, the German architect Mies van der Rohe Prize for Power Kite and Sailing Center, Hotel, Café in Svencele, Lithuania (with others, 2011).

Highlight Projects in Architecture and Urbanism:
- MO Modern Art Center in Vilnius, LT (with Daniel Libeskind, 2015–2018),
- Concept and Implementation of Public Spaces and Buildings in Ogmia Territory in Vilnius, LT (ongoing since 2011),
- Concept and Implementation of Public Spaces by the Water in Svencelė in Klaipėda, LT (ongoing since 2008),
- Missionary Houses in Subačiaus st. Vilnius Oldtown, LT (2014–2020),
- Health and Recreation Complex D.Kuverto str. Renovation in Neringa, LT (ongoing since 2017),
- Reconstruction of an apartment building in Raugyklos str. In Vilnius, LT (ongoing since 2016),
- Porche car service station with administrative premises in Vilnius (2015),
- Klaipėda Free Economic Zone urban concept (2014–2015),
- Svencelė port administrative building (with others, 2011),
- Power Kite and Sailing Center, hotel and cafe in Svencelė (with others, 2009–2012),
- Living History Park in Lėbartai, Klaipėda district. (with other, 2009),
- Apartment hotel “Mikalojaus namas” in Vilnius Old Town (with other, 2008–2009),
- Apartment house “Parko namai” (with other, 2007–2008)
- Hotel “Lijo” (with other, 2006-2008) in Gargždai, Urban Vision of Svencelė (with others, 2005),
- De Draai Village Vision (with others, Niederland, 2004–2005),
- Barking Quay Vision (with others, London, UK, 2004),
- Nesseland Square (with others, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2004)
- Cemetery of Langedijk (The Netherlands, 2004).