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final project Belgrade

October 10, 2013

My final project at the Belgrade architecture school is based on my thesis on socio-spacial system and aims to achieve social balance in a city excerpt with tools of urbanism and architecture. The thesis determined what the characteristics should be of this “city in the city”: high density, compact, democratic, in a conflict place in the city. The building-complex

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behavioral system

June 30, 2012

The essence of the project is a distinctive type of construction that is moving and reacting to the meteorological and atmospheric conditions on currently deserted Ada Huja in Belgrade (those is the only context present on the site after artificial elevation of the ground level). Stretched canvases are photovoltaic and collect

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I am place

May 20, 2012

The project “I am place” is an answer to the question – What are abandoned places? What makes them desolate and how can we bring upon their “renessance”? The users of different places become markers of the space- just like in google maps. A place exists and is vital only when

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animate the abandoned

March 20, 2012

Our notion of abandoned places comes from it’s deserted-ness as well as its’ state of physical devastation, but further analyses makes us aware that there is also a sociological factor which influences our emotions and perception of these places. Having this in mind, we define the term abandoned places also as a feeling

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campus in the forest

September 1, 2011

Project of a university extension unit with a dormitory – a campus in XS, situated in a forest in Belgrade. In the middle of a forest, with no urbanization around, the context is – the climate. For this reason I set as parameters for conceptualization of the project the noise that shapes

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passerelle housing

June 7, 2011

A housing complex in an organic open city block that features elevated streets – passerelles as a communicating method between two building and therefore breaks the traditional neighboring. The complex is conceived as three vertical communities across the two buildings of which each has a common terrace and they all gravitate