Portfolio 19_23.pdf

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BACHELOR/MASTER STUDIES
BACHELOR/MASTER STUDIES
2019-2023
2019-2023
PREDRAG MILOVANCEVIC
PREDRAG MILOVANCEVIC
My name is Predrag Milovancevic. Freshly grad-
My name is Predrag Milovancevic. Freshly grad-
uated Master student in Architecture and Urban
uated Master student in Architecture and Urban
Design, painter since young age, graphic de-
Design, painter since young age, graphic de-
signer in free time and a passionate traveler. My
signer in free time and a passionate traveler. My
goals in the field of architecture are bringing it
goals in the field of architecture are bringing it
to a human scale; working on the development
to a human scale; working on the development
of everyday spaces in which humans are ha-
of everyday spaces in which humans are ha-
bituating - from the smallest and most intimate
bituating - from the smallest and most intimate
rooms of the house, to the urban neighborhood
rooms of the house, to the urban neighborhood
in which person’s everyday life is happening.
in which person’s everyday life is happening.
Discovering cities and cultures, meeting local
Discovering cities and cultures, meeting local
people and improving the space they are sur-
people and improving the space they are sur-
rounded by are just a few things that motivate
rounded by are just a few things that motivate
me and for which I am always higlhly ambitious.
me and for which I am always higlhly ambitious.
I consider architecture as an important partici-
I consider architecture as an important partici-
pant in the global development, but first of all
pant in the global development, but first of all
in our everyday life, and I find it highly thrilling
in our everyday life, and I find it highly thrilling
implementing it, step by step.
implementing it, step by step.
pmilovancevic9@gmail.com
pmilovancevic9@gmail.com
predrag.milovancevic@mail.polimi.it
predrag.milovancevic@mail.polimi.it
+393517958600
+393517958600
+381653650372
+381653650372
serbian (native)
serbian (native)
english (fluent)
english (fluent)
italian (basic conversation)
italian (basic conversation)
spanish (understandable)
spanish (understandable)
phone:
phone:
languages
languages:
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EDUCATION
EDUCATION
GYMNASIUM “MITROVACKA GIMNAZIJA”
GYMNASIUM “MITROVACKA GIMNAZIJA”
Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
THE STUDIO OF ART “IVICA KOVACIC STIFLA”
THE STUDIO OF ART “IVICA KOVACIC STIFLA”
Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
2007 - 2017
2007 - 2017
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE
Bachelor’s Degree - Undergraduate Academic Studies of Architecture
Bachelor’s Degree - Undergraduate Academic Studies of Architecture
Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia
2017 - 2020
2017 - 2020
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
Laurea Magistrale, Architecture and Urban Design
Laurea Magistrale, Architecture and Urban Design
2020 - 2023
2020 - 2023
A4 Architecture studio
A4 Architecture studio
Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia
Internship, June 2020
Internship, June 2020
3-im Virtual Project
3-im Virtual Project
Junior BIM Consultant
Junior BIM Consultant
Milan, Italy
Milan, Italy
Internship, October - December 2022
Internship, October - December 2022
WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES
WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES
Petnica Research Station - Design Seminar
Petnica Research Station - Design Seminar
February, July and October 2017
February, July and October 2017
Workshop “Innovation in Architecture”
Workshop “Innovation in Architecture”
Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA)
The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA)
Workshop project “Piloting Participatory Approaches and Placemaking
Workshop project “Piloting Participatory Approaches and Placemaking
for Urban Development in Serbia
for Urban Development in Serbia
Superwien Urbanism ZT OG
Superwien Urbanism ZT OG
Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
EXPERIENCE
EXPERIENCE
Photoshop
Photoshop
AutoCad
AutoCad
3DS Max
3DS Max
Illustrator
Illustrator InDesign
InDesign
Revit
Revit
Sketchup
Sketchup
Rhino
Rhino
SOFTWARE SKILLS
SOFTWARE SKILLS
CONTACT
CONTACT
ABOUT ME
ABOUT ME
email:
email:
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the waterhof
the waterhof
Saint Petersburg,
Saint Petersburg,
Architectural Design Studio, 2021
Architectural Design Studio, 2021
Professor: Maurizio Meriggi
Professor: Maurizio Meriggi
Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti
Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti
Vitomir Racic
Vitomir Racic
Tan Zhu
Tan Zhu
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Rasha El Rahi
Rasha El Rahi
Rana El Hussaini
Rana El Hussaini
kaliedoschool
kaliedoschool
Milano, Italy
Milano, Italy
Milan International Architectural
Milan International Architectural
Design Workshop, 2022
Design Workshop, 2022
Professor: Mladen Jadric,
Professor: Mladen Jadric,
Yona Katrina Schreyer;
Yona Katrina Schreyer;
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Jovana Ostojic
Jovana Ostojic
Kadhan Ruskanda
Kadhan Ruskanda
Kristina Susa
Kristina Susa
ring-road housing
ring-road housing
Milano, Italy
Milano, Italy
Architectural Design Studio, 2022
Architectural Design Studio, 2022
Professor: Camillo Magni;
Professor: Camillo Magni;
Bruna Vendemmia
Bruna Vendemmia
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Jelena Bosnjak
Jelena Bosnjak
urban glitch
urban glitch
Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia
Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia
Master Thesis Project
Master Thesis Project
Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi
Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi
Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi
Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
rakia museum
rakia museum
Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia
Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio
Architectural Design Studio
Professor: Ana Radivojevic
Professor: Ana Radivojevic
Assistant: Darko Pavicevic
Assistant: Darko Pavicevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Tijana Novakovic
Tijana Novakovic
Novica Serbanovic
Novica Serbanovic
SELECTED PROJECTS
SELECTED PROJECTS
revolutioneat
revolutioneat
Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy
Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy
Urban Design Studio, 2020
Urban Design Studio, 2020
Professor: Stefano Boeri
Professor: Stefano Boeri
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Ceren Pehlivan
Ceren Pehlivan
Julia Kilian
Julia Kilian
Jovana Ivanovic
Jovana Ivanovic
physical models
physical models
The list of selected projects presented in
The list of selected projects presented in
this portfolio is based primarily on my per-
this portfolio is based primarily on my per-
sonal interests and fields of architecture
sonal interests and fields of architecture
that I enjoy working in. From colabora-
that I enjoy working in. From colabora-
tions in different international groups of
tions in different international groups of
people to developing the entire tech-
people to developing the entire tech-
nical documentation for the designed
nical documentation for the designed
building, I have experienced different
building, I have experienced different
phases of project development. My
phases of project development. My
main focus here are mostly residential
main focus here are mostly residential
projects or projects with public function,
projects or projects with public function,
both demanding a specific conceptual
both demanding a specific conceptual
approach.
approach.
The requalification of the coastal areas of
The requalification of the coastal areas of
Saint Petersburg and their adjustment to
Saint Petersburg and their adjustment to
the contemporary needs, in direct relation
the contemporary needs, in direct relation
to the historical site - the Peterhof castle.
to the historical site - the Peterhof castle.
THE WATERHOF
THE WATERHOF
San Petersburg, Russia
San Petersburg, Russia
Architectural Design Studio, 2022
Architectural Design Studio, 2022
Professor: Maurizio Meriggi
Professor: Maurizio Meriggi
Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti
Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti
Vitomir Racic
Vitomir Racic
Tan Zhu
Tan Zhu
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Rasha El Rahi
Rasha El Rahi
Rana El Hussaini
Rana El Hussaini
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Waterfront redevelopment
Waterfront redevelopment
Taking place in an explicit vicinity to the historical land-
Taking place in an explicit vicinity to the historical land-
mark such as the Peterhof castle in Saint Petersburg,
mark such as the Peterhof castle in Saint Petersburg,
the project has the goal of developing an underde-
the project has the goal of developing an underde-
veloped harbour and readjusting it for the touristic
veloped harbour and readjusting it for the touristic
purposes as much as for the suburb development.
purposes as much as for the suburb development. The
The
chosen location is specific first as a place of the histor-
chosen location is specific first as a place of the histor-
ical summer residence of the russian tzar, and second,
ical summer residence of the russian tzar, and second,
its is exactly in the middle of 5 existing (developed) har-
its is exactly in the middle of 5 existing (developed) har-
bours in the Saint Petersburg coastal area.
bours in the Saint Petersburg coastal area.
Masterplan of the area
Masterplan of the area
100m
100m 200m
200m
Ground floor plan
Ground floor plan Residential floor plan
Residential floor plan Commercial floor plan
Commercial floor plan
10m
10m 30m
30m 100m
100m
Fisherman’s settlement
Fisherman’s settlement
Pre-existing condition of the harbour initiated the concept - a
Pre-existing condition of the harbour initiated the concept - a
number of small,
number of small, hand-made cabins of the russian fishermen
hand-made cabins of the russian fishermen
used this location for the access to the sea. By leaving the most
used this location for the access to the sea. By leaving the most
of the groundfloor to them - the long part of the structure is ded-
of the groundfloor to them - the long part of the structure is ded-
icated to weekend-residential spaces, with each having direct
icated to weekend-residential spaces, with each having direct
access to their personal boats.
access to their personal boats.
Residential - commercial relation
Residential - commercial relation
Surrounded by canals from all the sides, connected only
Surrounded by canals from all the sides, connected only
through private corridors with parking and commercial cen-
through private corridors with parking and commercial cen-
ter, weekend houses are clearly separated from commercial
ter, weekend houses are clearly separated from commercial
part. The comercial part is designed as galleric space with the
part. The comercial part is designed as galleric space with the
void in the center, offering various content in the ring around
void in the center, offering various content in the ring around
it an overlooking the sea.
it an overlooking the sea.
Restaurant on top
Restaurant on top
Divided with large spational void (visible in section) the upper
Divided with large spational void (visible in section) the upper
part of the building is completely dedicated to restaurants,
part of the building is completely dedicated to restaurants,
bars and spaces for events.
bars and spaces for events.
fisherman’s residences - access to boats fisherman’s residences - weekend houses upper comercial part - restaurants
commercial part - spa, gym, pool commercial part - shops, new comercial center commercial center - shops, restaurants, events
office/residential tower
1 1 1
2 2 2
3
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
10m
10m 30m
30m 100m
100m
10m
10m 30m
30m 100m
100m
Section through fisherman’s houses part and the commercial floor above
Section through fisherman’s houses part and the commercial floor above
The constructional solution for the building was to use different con-
The constructional solution for the building was to use different con-
struction sistems. In the base there are reinforced concrete walls set
struction sistems. In the base there are reinforced concrete walls set
to provide strong foundation for the upper parts, defining the living
to provide strong foundation for the upper parts, defining the living
spaces in direct contact with the sea. To support the weight of the
spaces in direct contact with the sea. To support the weight of the
upper, commercial part of the building, 4 massive concrete pillars
upper, commercial part of the building, 4 massive concrete pillars
had to be set on a distance of 30 meters with an additional steel
had to be set on a distance of 30 meters with an additional steel
support on 1/3 of the distance. The upper floor is entirely made of
support on 1/3 of the distance. The upper floor is entirely made of
steel frame in order to be as light as possible and transparent for the
steel frame in order to be as light as possible and transparent for the
functions hosted inside.
functions hosted inside.
the
waterhof
the
waterhof
Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area
Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area
3D Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area
3D Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area
steel frame truss grid
steel frame truss grid
steel pipes
steel pipes
reinforced concrete cores
reinforced concrete cores
reinforced concrete slabs
reinforced concrete slabs
reinforced concrete basement
reinforced concrete basement
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KALEIDOSCHOOL
KALEIDOSCHOOL
Milano, Italy
Milano, Italy
Milan International Architectural
Milan International Architectural
Design Workshop, 2022
Design Workshop, 2022
Professor: Mladen Jadric,
Professor: Mladen Jadric,
Yona Katrina Schreyer;
Yona Katrina Schreyer;
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Jovana Ostojic
Jovana Ostojic
Kadhan Ruskanda
Kadhan Ruskanda
Kristina Susa
Kristina Susa
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Fostered by the program Inventing Schools, the
Fostered by the program Inventing Schools, the
project is experimenting with new architectural
project is experimenting with new architectural
approaches to the transformation and design
approaches to the transformation and design
of contemporary school spaces, developing a
of contemporary school spaces, developing a
vision for the school of tommorrow
vision for the school of tommorrow
k a l e i d o s c h o o l
KALEIDOSCOPE
KALEIDOSCOPE
How can we transform the usual clasroom conception and make it more interactive, more
How can we transform the usual clasroom conception and make it more interactive, more
able to foster learning, and in the end, more interesting? The contemporary need for flexibililty
able to foster learning, and in the end, more interesting? The contemporary need for flexibililty
and the posibilities of changing spaces led us to a concept presented with a simple reference:
and the posibilities of changing spaces led us to a concept presented with a simple reference:
kaleidoscope
kaleidoscope. The endless opportunities produced by simple movement of kaleidoscope, the
. The endless opportunities produced by simple movement of kaleidoscope, the
playfulness of the geometric intereractions made the backbone process of our space design.
playfulness of the geometric intereractions made the backbone process of our space design.
Few iterations were chosen that suited the necessary functions of two middle schools and one
Few iterations were chosen that suited the necessary functions of two middle schools and one
primary school.
primary school.
Space formation
Space formation
The most proper modular shape for the kaleidoscopic
The most proper modular shape for the kaleidoscopic
concept is the shape of
concept is the shape of octagon
octagon. Keeping the mod-
. Keeping the mod-
ularity as a rule and kaleidoscopic intertwaining as a
ularity as a rule and kaleidoscopic intertwaining as a
principle, we created different ambients and inviting
principle, we created different ambients and inviting
environments both inside and outside the school.
environments both inside and outside the school. The
The
school itself became a place to discover.
school itself became a place to discover.
kaleidoschool
kaleidoschool with mixing and overlaping these elements we are providing new spaces for students that represents the kaleidoscopic movements
outdoor classroom
classroom
sketches
auditorium
classroom
outdoor plaza? leisure
space
playroom
outdoor classroom
classroom
sketches
auditorium
classroom
outdoor plaza? leisure
space
cafeteria
mensa
classroom
studyroom
playroom
staff room
gymnasium
space for parents
leisure room
PROGRAM
auditorium
projection room
administration
utilities
locker room
courts
music room
outside classroom
studyroom
playroom
cafeteria
outdoor classroom
classroom
basic modules
classroom
projection room
administration
utilities
locker room
courts
music room
outside classroom
studyroom
playroom
outdoor classroom
classroom
auditorium
classroom
outdoor plaza? leisure
space
classroom
studyroom
playroom
staff room
gymnasium
space for parents
leisure room
auditorium
projection room
administration
utilities
locker room
courts
music room
outside classroom
studyroom
playroom
cafeteria
outdoor classroom
classroom
auditorium
cafeteria
mensa
classroom
studyroom
playroom
staff room
gymnasium
space for parents
leisure room
PROGRAM
auditorium
projection room
administration
utilities
locker room
courts
music room
outside classroom
studyroom
playroom
cafeteria
outdoor classroom
classroom
basic modules
classroom
cafeteria
mensa
classroom
studyroom
playroom
staff room
gymnasium
space for parents
leisure room
PROGRAM
auditorium
projection room
administration
utilities
locker room
courts
music room
outside classroom
studyroom
playroom
cafeteria
outdoor classroom
classroom
basic modules
classroom
study hall
playroom
auditorium
outdoor classroom
classroom
ergonomic study
ergonomic study
classroom
cafeteria
mensa
classroom
studyroom
playroom
staff room
gymnasium
space for parents
leisure room
PROGRAM
auditorium
projection room
administration
utilities
locker room
courts
music room
outside classroom
studyroom
playroom
cafeteria
outdoor classroom
classroom
basic modules
classroom
k a l e i d o s c h o o l
kaleidoschool
kaleidoschool
piazzetta
metro stop Uruguay
public pathways
multipurpose backyard
communal spaces
playgrounds
entrance primary
entrance primary
entrance secondary
bicycle parkings
disabled parkings
outdoor gymnasium
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0 6 12 24m
0 6 12 24m
first floor plan // 1:250
ground floor plan // 1:250
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compositional prin-
cipal
functional composition
volumes composition
classrooms
circulation
DIAGRAMS - ground flo
ENTRANC
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ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classrooms common gardens and playgrounds
circulation
DIAGRAMS - ground floor
SCHOOLS
secondary
regular
elementary‚
montesori
elementary
ENTRANC
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ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria
circulation
DIAGRAMS - ground floor
SCHOOLS
secondary
regular
elementary‚
montesori
elementary
ENTRANC
E
ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores
circulation
DIAGRAMS - ground floor
SCHOOLS
secondary
regular
elementary‚
montesori
elementary
ENTRANC
E
ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores
circulation
sanitary
DIAGRAMS - ground floor
SCHOOLS
secondary
regular
elementary‚
montesori
elementary
ENTRANC
E
ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores
circulation
sanitary administration
library
l
w
DIAGRAMS - ground floor
SCHOOLS
secondary
regular
elementary‚
montesori
elementary
ENTRANC
E
ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores
circulation
sanitary administration
library
playroom
lockers and
waiting area
DIAGRAMS - ground floor
SCHOOLS
circulation
SCHOOLS
secondary
regular
elementary‚
montesori
elementary
ENTRANC
E
ENTRAN
CE
ENTRANCE
classroom
common courtyards and playgrounds
canteen/cafeteria
communication cores
sanitary facilities
administrations
libraries / lockers / playroom
secondary primary
primary
montessori
perspective section //
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RING-ROAD HOUSING
RING-ROAD HOUSING
Piazzale delle Milizie, Milano, Italy
Piazzale delle Milizie, Milano, Italy
Architectural Design Studio, 2022
Architectural Design Studio, 2022
Professor: Camillo Magni,
Professor: Camillo Magni,
Bruna Vendemia;
Bruna Vendemia;
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Jelena Bosnjak
Jelena Bosnjak
A residential project on the noticable location
A residential project on the noticable location
along the ring-road of the city of Milan. The
along the ring-road of the city of Milan. The
housing function with the goal of providing not
housing function with the goal of providing not
only contemporary living to its residents, but an
only contemporary living to its residents, but an
overall quality increase to the whole area of
overall quality increase to the whole area of
San Cristoforo.
San Cristoforo.
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The connection of atmospheres
The connection of atmospheres
Piazzale delle Milizie, at the edge of two zones
Piazzale delle Milizie, at the edge of two zones
with different character: zona Tortona and zona
with different character: zona Tortona and zona
Navigli. The underdeveloped area was the lay-
Navigli. The underdeveloped area was the lay-
er that separated the
er that separated the artistic features of Torto-
artistic features of Torto-
na street
na street (MUDEC museum, Armani silos) and
(MUDEC museum, Armani silos) and
the
the sports-oriented facilities of Navigli Pavese
sports-oriented facilities of Navigli Pavese.
.
Connecting these zones through developing a
Connecting these zones through developing a
mixed-use environment gave shape to our mas-
mixed-use environment gave shape to our mas-
terplan, with the fluent circulation through the
terplan, with the fluent circulation through the
area as the key point.
area as the key point.
zona navigli
zona navigli
zona tortona
zona tortona
Buliding functions
Buliding functions
Scaling down the concept of mixed-use connection of two dif-
Scaling down the concept of mixed-use connection of two dif-
ferent zones gave shape to the building: the boomerang-like vol-
ferent zones gave shape to the building: the boomerang-like vol-
ume was designed by the pedestrian routes that we wanted to
ume was designed by the pedestrian routes that we wanted to
emphazise. The building’s strong direction and form was made
emphazise. The building’s strong direction and form was made
with the purpose of clearly separating the “outer” vibrant area,
with the purpose of clearly separating the “outer” vibrant area,
where people would interact with all the content, and the inside,
where people would interact with all the content, and the inside,
more private park area, with the role of “buffer zone” between
more private park area, with the role of “buffer zone” between
the newly designed housing and traffic of the ring-road.
the newly designed housing and traffic of the ring-road.
Groundfloor plan
Groundfloor plan
3D model of the building
3D model of the building
Typical floor plan
Typical floor plan
South-west elevation
South-west elevation
The basement
The basement
The 5-storey and 7-storey residential volumes are positioned on a basement - an open space
The 5-storey and 7-storey residential volumes are positioned on a basement - an open space
made for the mix-used purpose: exhibitions, performances, gatherings, showrooms and various
made for the mix-used purpose: exhibitions, performances, gatherings, showrooms and various
events. In its layout, the basement is divided in 3 functional zones, which are flexibly separated
events. In its layout, the basement is divided in 3 functional zones, which are flexibly separated
from each other with curtains and moveable partitions. The layers present different levels of priva-
from each other with curtains and moveable partitions. The layers present different levels of priva-
cy that are making transition between the outer square and inner garden.
cy that are making transition between the outer square and inner garden.
The first layercould be the continuation of the square: with the moveable partition walls, it is
The first layercould be the continuation of the square: with the moveable partition walls, it is
inviting people inside. Second layer, the middle one, is the one made for more specific exhibi-
inviting people inside. Second layer, the middle one, is the one made for more specific exhibi-
tions and showrooms, with the possibility to be completely closed and darkened with curtains.
tions and showrooms, with the possibility to be completely closed and darkened with curtains.
The third, inner layer, is the place for relaxation, bars and sitting places, overlooking the peace-
The third, inner layer, is the place for relaxation, bars and sitting places, overlooking the peace-
full garden inside the complex.
full garden inside the complex.
Floorplan of the south building with stu-
Floorplan of the south building with stu-
dios and 1-bedroom apartments
dios and 1-bedroom apartments
Floorplan of the north building with 2-bedroom
Floorplan of the north building with 2-bedroom
and 3-bedroom apartments
and 3-bedroom apartments
Section 1
Section 1 Section 2 - longitudinal
Section 2 - longitudinal
South-east elevation
South-east elevation
5m
5m 10m
10m
20m
20m
Residential area
Residential area
Served by the 5 cores positioned on the inner facade of the buildings, the residential part is
Served by the 5 cores positioned on the inner facade of the buildings, the residential part is
divided into two buildings, with the common terrace - the basement roof. The higher, 7-storey
divided into two buildings, with the common terrace - the basement roof. The higher, 7-storey
part, is hosting 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, while the lower, 5-storey part is planned for stu-
part, is hosting 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, while the lower, 5-storey part is planned for stu-
dios and 1-bedroom apartments. The age and occupation of their residents were considered:
dios and 1-bedroom apartments. The age and occupation of their residents were considered:
the lower is mainly designed for students and young people, as it is facing the more vibrant
the lower is mainly designed for students and young people, as it is facing the more vibrant
square area with its balconies.
square area with its balconies.
Contrary to this, the higher one provides living spaces for families, as it is facing more peac-
Contrary to this, the higher one provides living spaces for families, as it is facing more peac-
ful inner garden. The last factor was the orientation: following the sun path, higher part has
ful inner garden. The last factor was the orientation: following the sun path, higher part has
its balconies open towards the south-east side, providing sunlight in the morning; opposite
its balconies open towards the south-east side, providing sunlight in the morning; opposite
to this, the lower parts balconies are opening towards south- west, providing sunlight during
to this, the lower parts balconies are opening towards south- west, providing sunlight during
the sunset.
the sunset.
Final materialisation
Final materialisation
Separating clearly the strong volume of the basement from the residen-
Separating clearly the strong volume of the basement from the residen-
tial parts in their expression, we emphasized it using differrent plaster
tial parts in their expression, we emphasized it using differrent plaster
- darker, more rustical one for the base and the light, homogeneuos for
- darker, more rustical one for the base and the light, homogeneuos for
the housing. Also, contemporary translucent glass pannels were used
the housing. Also, contemporary translucent glass pannels were used
for groundfloor exhibition space, while the wooden folding panels gave
for groundfloor exhibition space, while the wooden folding panels gave
a more natural and organic feel for the apartments balconies, creating
a more natural and organic feel for the apartments balconies, creating
dynamic play on the
dynamic play on the facades.
facades.
Physical models
Physical models
Exploring the possibilities through the creation of physical models, from urban scale to the building
Exploring the possibilities through the creation of physical models, from urban scale to the building
scale, was an important part of design development. From the shadow analysis and positioning the
scale, was an important part of design development. From the shadow analysis and positioning the
building in the urban context, through material experimentation of the poured gypsum and cardboard
building in the urban context, through material experimentation of the poured gypsum and cardboard
model, they helped us in deciding important aspects of the building.
model, they helped us in deciding important aspects of the building.
With the goal of preparing a complete set of
With the goal of preparing a complete set of
technical papers necessary for the real proj-
technical papers necessary for the real proj-
ect to be built, set at the border between the
ect to be built, set at the border between the
historical old town of Belgrade and the area
historical old town of Belgrade and the area
that is about to become the contemporary
that is about to become the contemporary
developed Belgrade Waterfront, the museum
developed Belgrade Waterfront, the museum
explores the question of their relations.
explores the question of their relations.
RAKIJA MUSEUM
RAKIJA MUSEUM
Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia
Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio
Architectural Design Studio
Professor: Ana Radivojevic
Professor: Ana Radivojevic
Assistant: Darko Pavicevic
Assistant: Darko Pavicevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Tijana Novakovic
Tijana Novakovic
Novica Serbanovic
Novica Serbanovic
4
Section A-A
Section A-A
Semi - levels
Semi - levels
Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the
Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the
museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various
museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various
types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting
types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting
bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for
bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for
administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional
administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional
“kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant.
“kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant.
Semi - levels
Semi - levels
Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the
Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the
museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various
museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various
types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting
types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting
bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for
bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for
administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional
administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional
“kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant.
“kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant.
Section B-B
Section B-B
Exhibition floor
Exhibition floor
Administration /
Administration /
Education floor
Education floor
Kafana (bar)
Kafana (bar)
- restaurant floor
- restaurant floor
Section A-A
Section A-A
South (corner) view
South (corner) view East (garden) view
East (garden) view
West (street) view
West (street) view
Basement plan
Basement plan
Section details
Section details
Groundfloor plan
Groundfloor plan
A system of temporary structures that have the
A system of temporary structures that have the
goal of developing new system of activities in
goal of developing new system of activities in
order to contribute to the surrounding modern-
order to contribute to the surrounding modern-
ist heritage buildings.
ist heritage buildings.
URBAN GLITCH
URBAN GLITCH
Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia
Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia
Master Thesis Project
Master Thesis Project
Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi
Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi
Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi
Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
5
Transversal section C-C 10m
0 20m 50m
Longitudinal section A-A
10m
0 20m 50m
Urban Glitch: an error that “heals” the system
Urban Glitch: an error that “heals” the system
With the topic of rethinking ways of preservation
With the topic of rethinking ways of preservation
the architectural heritage in my local environ-
the architectural heritage in my local environ-
ment, the goal of the thesis was to explore a
ment, the goal of the thesis was to explore a
specific situation of the longest building in Serbia:
specific situation of the longest building in Serbia:
a protected piece of modernist heritage that is
a protected piece of modernist heritage that is
struggling with contemporary living comfort. In-
struggling with contemporary living comfort. In-
stead of dealing with the building itself, the pro-
stead of dealing with the building itself, the pro-
posal offers an approach that would work as a
posal offers an approach that would work as a
system for itself, but affecting the heritage by
system for itself, but affecting the heritage by
directioning the financial ressources gained from
directioning the financial ressources gained from
various practised activities into the building rede-
various practised activities into the building rede-
velopment. The system, in the form of “glitch” is
velopment. The system, in the form of “glitch” is
shaped throughout 4 modular pavilions that are
shaped throughout 4 modular pavilions that are
engaging in the spatial conversation with the
engaging in the spatial conversation with the
modernist socialist Block 21, a direct reference
modernist socialist Block 21, a direct reference
of Le Corbusier’s work. The system offers the pos-
of Le Corbusier’s work. The system offers the pos-
sibility to the residents that have built an illegal
sibility to the residents that have built an illegal
occupation of the building’s rooftop space to
occupation of the building’s rooftop space to
exchange it for the modular units in one of the
exchange it for the modular units in one of the
pavilions. Through the activities of Events, Arts,
pavilions. Through the activities of Events, Arts,
Lectures and Market pavilions, the system aims to
Lectures and Market pavilions, the system aims to
challenge the established modernist spatial qual-
challenge the established modernist spatial qual-
ities while interacting with the community and
ities while interacting with the community and
gaining benefits for the heritage itself.
gaining benefits for the heritage itself.
Exploded axonometry,
Event Pavilion
Exploded axonometry,
Art Pavilion
Exploded axonometry,
Lecture Pavilion
Exploded axonometry,
Market Pavilion
Event Pavilion Plan Art Pavilion Plan Lecture Pavilion Plan Market Pavilion Plan
N
4m
2m
0 8m
Event Pavilion Section Art Pavilion Section Lecture Pavilion Section Market Pavilion Section
REVOLUTIONEAT
REVOLUTIONEAT
Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy
Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy
Urban Design Studio, 2020
Urban Design Studio, 2020
Professor: Stefano Boeri
Professor: Stefano Boeri
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Students: Predrag Milovancevic
Ceren Pehlivan
Ceren Pehlivan
Julia Kilian
Julia Kilian
Jovana Ivanovic
Jovana Ivanovic
6
Under the topic of “ReciproCities”, the project
Under the topic of “ReciproCities”, the project
develops a sustainable relationship between the
develops a sustainable relationship between the
villages and the cities, exploring the contemporary
villages and the cities, exploring the contemporary
ideas of food production and the possibilites it can
ideas of food production and the possibilites it can
provide to the small towns urban development
provide to the small towns urban development
The section of the Carana’s plant-growing
The section of the Carana’s plant-growing
facilitiy - Vertical Farm
facilitiy - Vertical Farm
Axonometric section of Pietranera’s plant-based
Axonometric section of Pietranera’s plant-based
meat factory
meat factory
RevolutionEat: Italian villages revival
RevolutionEat: Italian villages revival
The Urban studio of prof. Stefano Boeri had an
The Urban studio of prof. Stefano Boeri had an
aim of developing inovative concepts for the
aim of developing inovative concepts for the
revival of small Italian villages that are close to
revival of small Italian villages that are close to
being abbandoned. This project explored the
being abbandoned. This project explored the
possibility of connecting more of them into a sys-
possibility of connecting more of them into a sys-
tematic process of plant-based meat production:
tematic process of plant-based meat production:
Brugnello, Pietranera, Ballerini and Carana, in the
Brugnello, Pietranera, Ballerini and Carana, in the
hills of Emilia-Romagna. Each of them would be
hills of Emilia-Romagna. Each of them would be
equipped with the buildings necessary for the
equipped with the buildings necessary for the
specific part of the process production, using
specific part of the process production, using
each village’s natural potentials. Every part of the
each village’s natural potentials. Every part of the
system was developed in detail: from the urban
system was developed in detail: from the urban
level concept to the process facilities layout de-
level concept to the process facilities layout de-
sign.
sign.
PHYSICAL MODELS
PHYSICAL MODELS
Throughout my architectural education, explor-
Throughout my architectural education, explor-
ing and experiencing the space through the
ing and experiencing the space through the
physical models was an important part of the
physical models was an important part of the
design process. Here is presented the choice
design process. Here is presented the choice
of models that were crucial parts of the smaller
of models that were crucial parts of the smaller
projects or design studios, from the residential
projects or design studios, from the residential
studios to the pavilion-like structure experimen-
studios to the pavilion-like structure experimen-
tations.
tations.
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
TOPCIDER OPEN-AIR THEATRE
TOPCIDER OPEN-AIR THEATRE
Topcider park, Belgrade, Serbia
Topcider park, Belgrade, Serbia
Constructive systems, 2020
Constructive systems, 2020
Professor: prof. Jelena Milosevic;
Professor: prof. Jelena Milosevic;
Assistant: Ana Kontic
Assistant: Ana Kontic
RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio, 2020
Architectural Design Studio, 2020
Professor: prof. Milos Nenadovic;
Professor: prof. Milos Nenadovic;
Assistant: Petar Cigic
Assistant: Petar Cigic
URBAN GLITCH
URBAN GLITCH
Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia
Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia
Master Thesis Project, 2023
Master Thesis Project, 2023
Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi;
Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi;
Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi
Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
ZIG-ZAG HOUSES
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Architectural Design Studio, 2018
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic;
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
THANK YOU
THANK YOU
With this portfolio my aim is to present the most
With this portfolio my aim is to present the most
important projects throughout my educational
important projects throughout my educational
years. Although my main focus are residential,
years. Although my main focus are residential,
public and cultural buildings, my field of inter-
public and cultural buildings, my field of inter-
ests are wide, expanding also to the temporary
ests are wide, expanding also to the temporary
structures or urban-scale projects. I hope I will
structures or urban-scale projects. I hope I will
have a chance to explore various fields of archi-
have a chance to explore various fields of archi-
tecture and pursuit a career in those which I am
tecture and pursuit a career in those which I am
particulary passioned about in the years that are
particulary passioned about in the years that are
coming.
coming.
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Portfolio 19_23.pdf

  • 1. SELECT PROJECTS SELECT PROJECTS BACHELOR/MASTER STUDIES BACHELOR/MASTER STUDIES 2019-2023 2019-2023 PREDRAG MILOVANCEVIC PREDRAG MILOVANCEVIC
  • 2. My name is Predrag Milovancevic. Freshly grad- My name is Predrag Milovancevic. Freshly grad- uated Master student in Architecture and Urban uated Master student in Architecture and Urban Design, painter since young age, graphic de- Design, painter since young age, graphic de- signer in free time and a passionate traveler. My signer in free time and a passionate traveler. My goals in the field of architecture are bringing it goals in the field of architecture are bringing it to a human scale; working on the development to a human scale; working on the development of everyday spaces in which humans are ha- of everyday spaces in which humans are ha- bituating - from the smallest and most intimate bituating - from the smallest and most intimate rooms of the house, to the urban neighborhood rooms of the house, to the urban neighborhood in which person’s everyday life is happening. in which person’s everyday life is happening. Discovering cities and cultures, meeting local Discovering cities and cultures, meeting local people and improving the space they are sur- people and improving the space they are sur- rounded by are just a few things that motivate rounded by are just a few things that motivate me and for which I am always higlhly ambitious. me and for which I am always higlhly ambitious. I consider architecture as an important partici- I consider architecture as an important partici- pant in the global development, but first of all pant in the global development, but first of all in our everyday life, and I find it highly thrilling in our everyday life, and I find it highly thrilling implementing it, step by step. implementing it, step by step. pmilovancevic9@gmail.com pmilovancevic9@gmail.com predrag.milovancevic@mail.polimi.it predrag.milovancevic@mail.polimi.it +393517958600 +393517958600 +381653650372 +381653650372 serbian (native) serbian (native) english (fluent) english (fluent) italian (basic conversation) italian (basic conversation) spanish (understandable) spanish (understandable) phone: phone: languages languages: : EDUCATION EDUCATION GYMNASIUM “MITROVACKA GIMNAZIJA” GYMNASIUM “MITROVACKA GIMNAZIJA” Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia THE STUDIO OF ART “IVICA KOVACIC STIFLA” THE STUDIO OF ART “IVICA KOVACIC STIFLA” Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia 2007 - 2017 2007 - 2017 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE Bachelor’s Degree - Undergraduate Academic Studies of Architecture Bachelor’s Degree - Undergraduate Academic Studies of Architecture Belgrade, Serbia Belgrade, Serbia 2017 - 2020 2017 - 2020 POLITECNICO DI MILANO POLITECNICO DI MILANO Laurea Magistrale, Architecture and Urban Design Laurea Magistrale, Architecture and Urban Design 2020 - 2023 2020 - 2023 A4 Architecture studio A4 Architecture studio Belgrade, Serbia Belgrade, Serbia Internship, June 2020 Internship, June 2020 3-im Virtual Project 3-im Virtual Project Junior BIM Consultant Junior BIM Consultant Milan, Italy Milan, Italy Internship, October - December 2022 Internship, October - December 2022 WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES Petnica Research Station - Design Seminar Petnica Research Station - Design Seminar February, July and October 2017 February, July and October 2017 Workshop “Innovation in Architecture” Workshop “Innovation in Architecture” Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) Workshop project “Piloting Participatory Approaches and Placemaking Workshop project “Piloting Participatory Approaches and Placemaking for Urban Development in Serbia for Urban Development in Serbia Superwien Urbanism ZT OG Superwien Urbanism ZT OG Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE Photoshop Photoshop AutoCad AutoCad 3DS Max 3DS Max Illustrator Illustrator InDesign InDesign Revit Revit Sketchup Sketchup Rhino Rhino SOFTWARE SKILLS SOFTWARE SKILLS CONTACT CONTACT ABOUT ME ABOUT ME email: email: Ps 3 A Ai Id S R Rh
  • 3. the waterhof the waterhof Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg, Architectural Design Studio, 2021 Architectural Design Studio, 2021 Professor: Maurizio Meriggi Professor: Maurizio Meriggi Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti Vitomir Racic Vitomir Racic Tan Zhu Tan Zhu Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Rasha El Rahi Rasha El Rahi Rana El Hussaini Rana El Hussaini kaliedoschool kaliedoschool Milano, Italy Milano, Italy Milan International Architectural Milan International Architectural Design Workshop, 2022 Design Workshop, 2022 Professor: Mladen Jadric, Professor: Mladen Jadric, Yona Katrina Schreyer; Yona Katrina Schreyer; Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Jovana Ostojic Jovana Ostojic Kadhan Ruskanda Kadhan Ruskanda Kristina Susa Kristina Susa ring-road housing ring-road housing Milano, Italy Milano, Italy Architectural Design Studio, 2022 Architectural Design Studio, 2022 Professor: Camillo Magni; Professor: Camillo Magni; Bruna Vendemmia Bruna Vendemmia Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Jelena Bosnjak Jelena Bosnjak urban glitch urban glitch Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia Master Thesis Project Master Thesis Project Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic rakia museum rakia museum Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio Architectural Design Studio Professor: Ana Radivojevic Professor: Ana Radivojevic Assistant: Darko Pavicevic Assistant: Darko Pavicevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Tijana Novakovic Tijana Novakovic Novica Serbanovic Novica Serbanovic SELECTED PROJECTS SELECTED PROJECTS revolutioneat revolutioneat Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy Urban Design Studio, 2020 Urban Design Studio, 2020 Professor: Stefano Boeri Professor: Stefano Boeri Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Ceren Pehlivan Ceren Pehlivan Julia Kilian Julia Kilian Jovana Ivanovic Jovana Ivanovic physical models physical models The list of selected projects presented in The list of selected projects presented in this portfolio is based primarily on my per- this portfolio is based primarily on my per- sonal interests and fields of architecture sonal interests and fields of architecture that I enjoy working in. From colabora- that I enjoy working in. From colabora- tions in different international groups of tions in different international groups of people to developing the entire tech- people to developing the entire tech- nical documentation for the designed nical documentation for the designed building, I have experienced different building, I have experienced different phases of project development. My phases of project development. My main focus here are mostly residential main focus here are mostly residential projects or projects with public function, projects or projects with public function, both demanding a specific conceptual both demanding a specific conceptual approach. approach.
  • 4. The requalification of the coastal areas of The requalification of the coastal areas of Saint Petersburg and their adjustment to Saint Petersburg and their adjustment to the contemporary needs, in direct relation the contemporary needs, in direct relation to the historical site - the Peterhof castle. to the historical site - the Peterhof castle. THE WATERHOF THE WATERHOF San Petersburg, Russia San Petersburg, Russia Architectural Design Studio, 2022 Architectural Design Studio, 2022 Professor: Maurizio Meriggi Professor: Maurizio Meriggi Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti Lorenzo Lapo Sarfatti Vitomir Racic Vitomir Racic Tan Zhu Tan Zhu Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Rasha El Rahi Rasha El Rahi Rana El Hussaini Rana El Hussaini 1
  • 5. Waterfront redevelopment Waterfront redevelopment Taking place in an explicit vicinity to the historical land- Taking place in an explicit vicinity to the historical land- mark such as the Peterhof castle in Saint Petersburg, mark such as the Peterhof castle in Saint Petersburg, the project has the goal of developing an underde- the project has the goal of developing an underde- veloped harbour and readjusting it for the touristic veloped harbour and readjusting it for the touristic purposes as much as for the suburb development. purposes as much as for the suburb development. The The chosen location is specific first as a place of the histor- chosen location is specific first as a place of the histor- ical summer residence of the russian tzar, and second, ical summer residence of the russian tzar, and second, its is exactly in the middle of 5 existing (developed) har- its is exactly in the middle of 5 existing (developed) har- bours in the Saint Petersburg coastal area. bours in the Saint Petersburg coastal area. Masterplan of the area Masterplan of the area 100m 100m 200m 200m Ground floor plan Ground floor plan Residential floor plan Residential floor plan Commercial floor plan Commercial floor plan 10m 10m 30m 30m 100m 100m Fisherman’s settlement Fisherman’s settlement Pre-existing condition of the harbour initiated the concept - a Pre-existing condition of the harbour initiated the concept - a number of small, number of small, hand-made cabins of the russian fishermen hand-made cabins of the russian fishermen used this location for the access to the sea. By leaving the most used this location for the access to the sea. By leaving the most of the groundfloor to them - the long part of the structure is ded- of the groundfloor to them - the long part of the structure is ded- icated to weekend-residential spaces, with each having direct icated to weekend-residential spaces, with each having direct access to their personal boats. access to their personal boats. Residential - commercial relation Residential - commercial relation Surrounded by canals from all the sides, connected only Surrounded by canals from all the sides, connected only through private corridors with parking and commercial cen- through private corridors with parking and commercial cen- ter, weekend houses are clearly separated from commercial ter, weekend houses are clearly separated from commercial part. The comercial part is designed as galleric space with the part. The comercial part is designed as galleric space with the void in the center, offering various content in the ring around void in the center, offering various content in the ring around it an overlooking the sea. it an overlooking the sea. Restaurant on top Restaurant on top Divided with large spational void (visible in section) the upper Divided with large spational void (visible in section) the upper part of the building is completely dedicated to restaurants, part of the building is completely dedicated to restaurants, bars and spaces for events. bars and spaces for events. fisherman’s residences - access to boats fisherman’s residences - weekend houses upper comercial part - restaurants commercial part - spa, gym, pool commercial part - shops, new comercial center commercial center - shops, restaurants, events office/residential tower 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 2 2
  • 6. 10m 10m 30m 30m 100m 100m 10m 10m 30m 30m 100m 100m Section through fisherman’s houses part and the commercial floor above Section through fisherman’s houses part and the commercial floor above The constructional solution for the building was to use different con- The constructional solution for the building was to use different con- struction sistems. In the base there are reinforced concrete walls set struction sistems. In the base there are reinforced concrete walls set to provide strong foundation for the upper parts, defining the living to provide strong foundation for the upper parts, defining the living spaces in direct contact with the sea. To support the weight of the spaces in direct contact with the sea. To support the weight of the upper, commercial part of the building, 4 massive concrete pillars upper, commercial part of the building, 4 massive concrete pillars had to be set on a distance of 30 meters with an additional steel had to be set on a distance of 30 meters with an additional steel support on 1/3 of the distance. The upper floor is entirely made of support on 1/3 of the distance. The upper floor is entirely made of steel frame in order to be as light as possible and transparent for the steel frame in order to be as light as possible and transparent for the functions hosted inside. functions hosted inside. the waterhof the waterhof Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area 3D Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area 3D Section through the yacht club, tower and commercial area steel frame truss grid steel frame truss grid steel pipes steel pipes reinforced concrete cores reinforced concrete cores reinforced concrete slabs reinforced concrete slabs reinforced concrete basement reinforced concrete basement
  • 8. KALEIDOSCHOOL KALEIDOSCHOOL Milano, Italy Milano, Italy Milan International Architectural Milan International Architectural Design Workshop, 2022 Design Workshop, 2022 Professor: Mladen Jadric, Professor: Mladen Jadric, Yona Katrina Schreyer; Yona Katrina Schreyer; Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Jovana Ostojic Jovana Ostojic Kadhan Ruskanda Kadhan Ruskanda Kristina Susa Kristina Susa 2 Fostered by the program Inventing Schools, the Fostered by the program Inventing Schools, the project is experimenting with new architectural project is experimenting with new architectural approaches to the transformation and design approaches to the transformation and design of contemporary school spaces, developing a of contemporary school spaces, developing a vision for the school of tommorrow vision for the school of tommorrow k a l e i d o s c h o o l
  • 9. KALEIDOSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE How can we transform the usual clasroom conception and make it more interactive, more How can we transform the usual clasroom conception and make it more interactive, more able to foster learning, and in the end, more interesting? The contemporary need for flexibililty able to foster learning, and in the end, more interesting? The contemporary need for flexibililty and the posibilities of changing spaces led us to a concept presented with a simple reference: and the posibilities of changing spaces led us to a concept presented with a simple reference: kaleidoscope kaleidoscope. The endless opportunities produced by simple movement of kaleidoscope, the . The endless opportunities produced by simple movement of kaleidoscope, the playfulness of the geometric intereractions made the backbone process of our space design. playfulness of the geometric intereractions made the backbone process of our space design. Few iterations were chosen that suited the necessary functions of two middle schools and one Few iterations were chosen that suited the necessary functions of two middle schools and one primary school. primary school. Space formation Space formation The most proper modular shape for the kaleidoscopic The most proper modular shape for the kaleidoscopic concept is the shape of concept is the shape of octagon octagon. Keeping the mod- . Keeping the mod- ularity as a rule and kaleidoscopic intertwaining as a ularity as a rule and kaleidoscopic intertwaining as a principle, we created different ambients and inviting principle, we created different ambients and inviting environments both inside and outside the school. environments both inside and outside the school. The The school itself became a place to discover. school itself became a place to discover. kaleidoschool kaleidoschool with mixing and overlaping these elements we are providing new spaces for students that represents the kaleidoscopic movements outdoor classroom classroom sketches auditorium classroom outdoor plaza? leisure space playroom outdoor classroom classroom sketches auditorium classroom outdoor plaza? leisure space cafeteria mensa classroom studyroom playroom staff room gymnasium space for parents leisure room PROGRAM auditorium projection room administration utilities locker room courts music room outside classroom studyroom playroom cafeteria outdoor classroom classroom basic modules classroom projection room administration utilities locker room courts music room outside classroom studyroom playroom outdoor classroom classroom auditorium classroom outdoor plaza? leisure space classroom studyroom playroom staff room gymnasium space for parents leisure room auditorium projection room administration utilities locker room courts music room outside classroom studyroom playroom cafeteria outdoor classroom classroom auditorium cafeteria mensa classroom studyroom playroom staff room gymnasium space for parents leisure room PROGRAM auditorium projection room administration utilities locker room courts music room outside classroom studyroom playroom cafeteria outdoor classroom classroom basic modules classroom cafeteria mensa classroom studyroom playroom staff room gymnasium space for parents leisure room PROGRAM auditorium projection room administration utilities locker room courts music room outside classroom studyroom playroom cafeteria outdoor classroom classroom basic modules classroom study hall playroom auditorium outdoor classroom classroom ergonomic study ergonomic study classroom cafeteria mensa classroom studyroom playroom staff room gymnasium space for parents leisure room PROGRAM auditorium projection room administration utilities locker room courts music room outside classroom studyroom playroom cafeteria outdoor classroom classroom basic modules classroom k a l e i d o s c h o o l kaleidoschool kaleidoschool piazzetta metro stop Uruguay public pathways multipurpose backyard communal spaces playgrounds entrance primary entrance primary entrance secondary bicycle parkings disabled parkings outdoor gymnasium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0 20 40 100m M 1 1 6 7 8 9 10 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 11 1 M
  • 10. 0 6 12 24m 0 6 12 24m first floor plan // 1:250 ground floor plan // 1:250 18 18 compositional prin- cipal functional composition volumes composition classrooms circulation DIAGRAMS - ground flo ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classrooms common gardens and playgrounds circulation DIAGRAMS - ground floor SCHOOLS secondary regular elementary‚ montesori elementary ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria circulation DIAGRAMS - ground floor SCHOOLS secondary regular elementary‚ montesori elementary ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores circulation DIAGRAMS - ground floor SCHOOLS secondary regular elementary‚ montesori elementary ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores circulation sanitary DIAGRAMS - ground floor SCHOOLS secondary regular elementary‚ montesori elementary ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores circulation sanitary administration library l w DIAGRAMS - ground floor SCHOOLS secondary regular elementary‚ montesori elementary ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classrooms common gardens and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria main communication cores circulation sanitary administration library playroom lockers and waiting area DIAGRAMS - ground floor SCHOOLS circulation SCHOOLS secondary regular elementary‚ montesori elementary ENTRANC E ENTRAN CE ENTRANCE classroom common courtyards and playgrounds canteen/cafeteria communication cores sanitary facilities administrations libraries / lockers / playroom secondary primary primary montessori
  • 12. RING-ROAD HOUSING RING-ROAD HOUSING Piazzale delle Milizie, Milano, Italy Piazzale delle Milizie, Milano, Italy Architectural Design Studio, 2022 Architectural Design Studio, 2022 Professor: Camillo Magni, Professor: Camillo Magni, Bruna Vendemia; Bruna Vendemia; Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Jelena Bosnjak Jelena Bosnjak A residential project on the noticable location A residential project on the noticable location along the ring-road of the city of Milan. The along the ring-road of the city of Milan. The housing function with the goal of providing not housing function with the goal of providing not only contemporary living to its residents, but an only contemporary living to its residents, but an overall quality increase to the whole area of overall quality increase to the whole area of San Cristoforo. San Cristoforo. 3
  • 13. The connection of atmospheres The connection of atmospheres Piazzale delle Milizie, at the edge of two zones Piazzale delle Milizie, at the edge of two zones with different character: zona Tortona and zona with different character: zona Tortona and zona Navigli. The underdeveloped area was the lay- Navigli. The underdeveloped area was the lay- er that separated the er that separated the artistic features of Torto- artistic features of Torto- na street na street (MUDEC museum, Armani silos) and (MUDEC museum, Armani silos) and the the sports-oriented facilities of Navigli Pavese sports-oriented facilities of Navigli Pavese. . Connecting these zones through developing a Connecting these zones through developing a mixed-use environment gave shape to our mas- mixed-use environment gave shape to our mas- terplan, with the fluent circulation through the terplan, with the fluent circulation through the area as the key point. area as the key point. zona navigli zona navigli zona tortona zona tortona Buliding functions Buliding functions Scaling down the concept of mixed-use connection of two dif- Scaling down the concept of mixed-use connection of two dif- ferent zones gave shape to the building: the boomerang-like vol- ferent zones gave shape to the building: the boomerang-like vol- ume was designed by the pedestrian routes that we wanted to ume was designed by the pedestrian routes that we wanted to emphazise. The building’s strong direction and form was made emphazise. The building’s strong direction and form was made with the purpose of clearly separating the “outer” vibrant area, with the purpose of clearly separating the “outer” vibrant area, where people would interact with all the content, and the inside, where people would interact with all the content, and the inside, more private park area, with the role of “buffer zone” between more private park area, with the role of “buffer zone” between the newly designed housing and traffic of the ring-road. the newly designed housing and traffic of the ring-road. Groundfloor plan Groundfloor plan 3D model of the building 3D model of the building Typical floor plan Typical floor plan
  • 14. South-west elevation South-west elevation The basement The basement The 5-storey and 7-storey residential volumes are positioned on a basement - an open space The 5-storey and 7-storey residential volumes are positioned on a basement - an open space made for the mix-used purpose: exhibitions, performances, gatherings, showrooms and various made for the mix-used purpose: exhibitions, performances, gatherings, showrooms and various events. In its layout, the basement is divided in 3 functional zones, which are flexibly separated events. In its layout, the basement is divided in 3 functional zones, which are flexibly separated from each other with curtains and moveable partitions. The layers present different levels of priva- from each other with curtains and moveable partitions. The layers present different levels of priva- cy that are making transition between the outer square and inner garden. cy that are making transition between the outer square and inner garden. The first layercould be the continuation of the square: with the moveable partition walls, it is The first layercould be the continuation of the square: with the moveable partition walls, it is inviting people inside. Second layer, the middle one, is the one made for more specific exhibi- inviting people inside. Second layer, the middle one, is the one made for more specific exhibi- tions and showrooms, with the possibility to be completely closed and darkened with curtains. tions and showrooms, with the possibility to be completely closed and darkened with curtains. The third, inner layer, is the place for relaxation, bars and sitting places, overlooking the peace- The third, inner layer, is the place for relaxation, bars and sitting places, overlooking the peace- full garden inside the complex. full garden inside the complex. Floorplan of the south building with stu- Floorplan of the south building with stu- dios and 1-bedroom apartments dios and 1-bedroom apartments Floorplan of the north building with 2-bedroom Floorplan of the north building with 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments and 3-bedroom apartments Section 1 Section 1 Section 2 - longitudinal Section 2 - longitudinal South-east elevation South-east elevation 5m 5m 10m 10m 20m 20m Residential area Residential area Served by the 5 cores positioned on the inner facade of the buildings, the residential part is Served by the 5 cores positioned on the inner facade of the buildings, the residential part is divided into two buildings, with the common terrace - the basement roof. The higher, 7-storey divided into two buildings, with the common terrace - the basement roof. The higher, 7-storey part, is hosting 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, while the lower, 5-storey part is planned for stu- part, is hosting 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, while the lower, 5-storey part is planned for stu- dios and 1-bedroom apartments. The age and occupation of their residents were considered: dios and 1-bedroom apartments. The age and occupation of their residents were considered: the lower is mainly designed for students and young people, as it is facing the more vibrant the lower is mainly designed for students and young people, as it is facing the more vibrant square area with its balconies. square area with its balconies. Contrary to this, the higher one provides living spaces for families, as it is facing more peac- Contrary to this, the higher one provides living spaces for families, as it is facing more peac- ful inner garden. The last factor was the orientation: following the sun path, higher part has ful inner garden. The last factor was the orientation: following the sun path, higher part has its balconies open towards the south-east side, providing sunlight in the morning; opposite its balconies open towards the south-east side, providing sunlight in the morning; opposite to this, the lower parts balconies are opening towards south- west, providing sunlight during to this, the lower parts balconies are opening towards south- west, providing sunlight during the sunset. the sunset.
  • 15. Final materialisation Final materialisation Separating clearly the strong volume of the basement from the residen- Separating clearly the strong volume of the basement from the residen- tial parts in their expression, we emphasized it using differrent plaster tial parts in their expression, we emphasized it using differrent plaster - darker, more rustical one for the base and the light, homogeneuos for - darker, more rustical one for the base and the light, homogeneuos for the housing. Also, contemporary translucent glass pannels were used the housing. Also, contemporary translucent glass pannels were used for groundfloor exhibition space, while the wooden folding panels gave for groundfloor exhibition space, while the wooden folding panels gave a more natural and organic feel for the apartments balconies, creating a more natural and organic feel for the apartments balconies, creating dynamic play on the dynamic play on the facades. facades. Physical models Physical models Exploring the possibilities through the creation of physical models, from urban scale to the building Exploring the possibilities through the creation of physical models, from urban scale to the building scale, was an important part of design development. From the shadow analysis and positioning the scale, was an important part of design development. From the shadow analysis and positioning the building in the urban context, through material experimentation of the poured gypsum and cardboard building in the urban context, through material experimentation of the poured gypsum and cardboard model, they helped us in deciding important aspects of the building. model, they helped us in deciding important aspects of the building.
  • 16. With the goal of preparing a complete set of With the goal of preparing a complete set of technical papers necessary for the real proj- technical papers necessary for the real proj- ect to be built, set at the border between the ect to be built, set at the border between the historical old town of Belgrade and the area historical old town of Belgrade and the area that is about to become the contemporary that is about to become the contemporary developed Belgrade Waterfront, the museum developed Belgrade Waterfront, the museum explores the question of their relations. explores the question of their relations. RAKIJA MUSEUM RAKIJA MUSEUM Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio Architectural Design Studio Professor: Ana Radivojevic Professor: Ana Radivojevic Assistant: Darko Pavicevic Assistant: Darko Pavicevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Tijana Novakovic Tijana Novakovic Novica Serbanovic Novica Serbanovic 4
  • 17. Section A-A Section A-A Semi - levels Semi - levels Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional “kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant. “kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant. Semi - levels Semi - levels Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the Based on semi- levels, solution suitable for organizing the small part of land by the propositions for the necessary spaces, the museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various museum is dedicated to various presentations of the most important drink for the region - rakija. From the exhibitions of various types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting types of rakija, exponats in which the drink is being made and traditional types of barrels in which it is kept, to the tasting bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for bars where visitors can taste famous shots of rakija. Leading the exhibition from lower levels, upper levels are the places for administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional administration, offices and halls for hosting presentations and various events, while the highest two are occupied by traditional “kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant. “kafana”, souvenir shop and an open air restaurant. Section B-B Section B-B Exhibition floor Exhibition floor Administration / Administration / Education floor Education floor Kafana (bar) Kafana (bar) - restaurant floor - restaurant floor Section A-A Section A-A
  • 18. South (corner) view South (corner) view East (garden) view East (garden) view West (street) view West (street) view Basement plan Basement plan Section details Section details Groundfloor plan Groundfloor plan
  • 19. A system of temporary structures that have the A system of temporary structures that have the goal of developing new system of activities in goal of developing new system of activities in order to contribute to the surrounding modern- order to contribute to the surrounding modern- ist heritage buildings. ist heritage buildings. URBAN GLITCH URBAN GLITCH Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia Master Thesis Project Master Thesis Project Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic 5
  • 20. Transversal section C-C 10m 0 20m 50m Longitudinal section A-A 10m 0 20m 50m Urban Glitch: an error that “heals” the system Urban Glitch: an error that “heals” the system With the topic of rethinking ways of preservation With the topic of rethinking ways of preservation the architectural heritage in my local environ- the architectural heritage in my local environ- ment, the goal of the thesis was to explore a ment, the goal of the thesis was to explore a specific situation of the longest building in Serbia: specific situation of the longest building in Serbia: a protected piece of modernist heritage that is a protected piece of modernist heritage that is struggling with contemporary living comfort. In- struggling with contemporary living comfort. In- stead of dealing with the building itself, the pro- stead of dealing with the building itself, the pro- posal offers an approach that would work as a posal offers an approach that would work as a system for itself, but affecting the heritage by system for itself, but affecting the heritage by directioning the financial ressources gained from directioning the financial ressources gained from various practised activities into the building rede- various practised activities into the building rede- velopment. The system, in the form of “glitch” is velopment. The system, in the form of “glitch” is shaped throughout 4 modular pavilions that are shaped throughout 4 modular pavilions that are engaging in the spatial conversation with the engaging in the spatial conversation with the modernist socialist Block 21, a direct reference modernist socialist Block 21, a direct reference of Le Corbusier’s work. The system offers the pos- of Le Corbusier’s work. The system offers the pos- sibility to the residents that have built an illegal sibility to the residents that have built an illegal occupation of the building’s rooftop space to occupation of the building’s rooftop space to exchange it for the modular units in one of the exchange it for the modular units in one of the pavilions. Through the activities of Events, Arts, pavilions. Through the activities of Events, Arts, Lectures and Market pavilions, the system aims to Lectures and Market pavilions, the system aims to challenge the established modernist spatial qual- challenge the established modernist spatial qual- ities while interacting with the community and ities while interacting with the community and gaining benefits for the heritage itself. gaining benefits for the heritage itself. Exploded axonometry, Event Pavilion Exploded axonometry, Art Pavilion Exploded axonometry, Lecture Pavilion Exploded axonometry, Market Pavilion
  • 21. Event Pavilion Plan Art Pavilion Plan Lecture Pavilion Plan Market Pavilion Plan N 4m 2m 0 8m Event Pavilion Section Art Pavilion Section Lecture Pavilion Section Market Pavilion Section
  • 22. REVOLUTIONEAT REVOLUTIONEAT Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy Brugnello, Emilia - Romagna, Italy Urban Design Studio, 2020 Urban Design Studio, 2020 Professor: Stefano Boeri Professor: Stefano Boeri Students: Predrag Milovancevic Students: Predrag Milovancevic Ceren Pehlivan Ceren Pehlivan Julia Kilian Julia Kilian Jovana Ivanovic Jovana Ivanovic 6 Under the topic of “ReciproCities”, the project Under the topic of “ReciproCities”, the project develops a sustainable relationship between the develops a sustainable relationship between the villages and the cities, exploring the contemporary villages and the cities, exploring the contemporary ideas of food production and the possibilites it can ideas of food production and the possibilites it can provide to the small towns urban development provide to the small towns urban development The section of the Carana’s plant-growing The section of the Carana’s plant-growing facilitiy - Vertical Farm facilitiy - Vertical Farm Axonometric section of Pietranera’s plant-based Axonometric section of Pietranera’s plant-based meat factory meat factory RevolutionEat: Italian villages revival RevolutionEat: Italian villages revival The Urban studio of prof. Stefano Boeri had an The Urban studio of prof. Stefano Boeri had an aim of developing inovative concepts for the aim of developing inovative concepts for the revival of small Italian villages that are close to revival of small Italian villages that are close to being abbandoned. This project explored the being abbandoned. This project explored the possibility of connecting more of them into a sys- possibility of connecting more of them into a sys- tematic process of plant-based meat production: tematic process of plant-based meat production: Brugnello, Pietranera, Ballerini and Carana, in the Brugnello, Pietranera, Ballerini and Carana, in the hills of Emilia-Romagna. Each of them would be hills of Emilia-Romagna. Each of them would be equipped with the buildings necessary for the equipped with the buildings necessary for the specific part of the process production, using specific part of the process production, using each village’s natural potentials. Every part of the each village’s natural potentials. Every part of the system was developed in detail: from the urban system was developed in detail: from the urban level concept to the process facilities layout de- level concept to the process facilities layout de- sign. sign.
  • 23. PHYSICAL MODELS PHYSICAL MODELS Throughout my architectural education, explor- Throughout my architectural education, explor- ing and experiencing the space through the ing and experiencing the space through the physical models was an important part of the physical models was an important part of the design process. Here is presented the choice design process. Here is presented the choice of models that were crucial parts of the smaller of models that were crucial parts of the smaller projects or design studios, from the residential projects or design studios, from the residential studios to the pavilion-like structure experimen- studios to the pavilion-like structure experimen- tations. tations. ZIG-ZAG HOUSES ZIG-ZAG HOUSES Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic ZIG-ZAG HOUSES ZIG-ZAG HOUSES Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic TOPCIDER OPEN-AIR THEATRE TOPCIDER OPEN-AIR THEATRE Topcider park, Belgrade, Serbia Topcider park, Belgrade, Serbia Constructive systems, 2020 Constructive systems, 2020 Professor: prof. Jelena Milosevic; Professor: prof. Jelena Milosevic; Assistant: Ana Kontic Assistant: Ana Kontic RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX Belgrade, Serbia Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio, 2020 Architectural Design Studio, 2020 Professor: prof. Milos Nenadovic; Professor: prof. Milos Nenadovic; Assistant: Petar Cigic Assistant: Petar Cigic URBAN GLITCH URBAN GLITCH Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia Block 21, New Belgrade, Serbia Master Thesis Project, 2023 Master Thesis Project, 2023 Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi; Mentor: prof. Maurizio Meriggi; Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi Correlator: prof. Luka Skansi ZIG-ZAG HOUSES ZIG-ZAG HOUSES Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic ZIG-ZAG HOUSES ZIG-ZAG HOUSES Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic ZIG-ZAG HOUSES ZIG-ZAG HOUSES Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Bezanijska kosa, Belgrade, Serbia Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Architectural Design Studio, 2018 Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Professor: Aleksandar Videnovic; Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic Assistant: Milos Arandjelovic
  • 24. THANK YOU THANK YOU With this portfolio my aim is to present the most With this portfolio my aim is to present the most important projects throughout my educational important projects throughout my educational years. Although my main focus are residential, years. Although my main focus are residential, public and cultural buildings, my field of inter- public and cultural buildings, my field of inter- ests are wide, expanding also to the temporary ests are wide, expanding also to the temporary structures or urban-scale projects. I hope I will structures or urban-scale projects. I hope I will have a chance to explore various fields of archi- have a chance to explore various fields of archi- tecture and pursuit a career in those which I am tecture and pursuit a career in those which I am particulary passioned about in the years that are particulary passioned about in the years that are coming. coming.