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Iva Bekic

Iva Bekic

Belgrade, Serbia

 

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About 

Iva Bekic was born in 1987 in Zagreb (Croatia), spent her early childhood in Italy and grew up in Belgrade (Serbia). She finished Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, Serbia. She was engaged as teaching associate with ass.arch. Davor Eres at her final year of master studies (2 semesters), fall/spring 2011/2012.

She had three solo exhibitions in UK Parobrod (Belgrade, Serbia) as a part of an art-architect group called O N E. Iva was also invited to be the creative coordinator and designer for an exhibition in gallery O3one (Belgrade, Serbia) during B-Link festival: Festival of new communication.

She is engaged in photography preferring analog over digital, and had experimented with audio and video forms. She likes to flirt with religion and is very religious about that.

She was comissioned by BHSF Architekten (Zürich, Switzerland) to come up with a design solution for the interior of their new work space Camenzind office (Belgrade, Serbia). Architects desing for architects.

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Employment 

Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, Teaching associate

teaching associate with ass.arch Davor Ereš

Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade / studio 218 : Space and Shape; fall/spring semster 1st year of Bachelor studies (2011/2012)

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Sep 2011 - Jun 2012
 

Education 

University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, MArch, architecture

Finished studies with an average of 9.31 (max 10).
Completed Master Studies, graduate degree diploma, with the theme SKY HOTEL BELGRADE : Superman and Two Aphrodites, mentor doc.dr Vladimir Milenkovic, with a mark 10 (2012).

Sep 2010 - Jul 2012
 

University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, BArch, architecture

Completed Bachelor Studies, undergraduate degree diploma, with the theme Housing : The Space in Between, mentor ass.mr Tatjana Stratimirovic, with a mark 9 (2010)

Sep 2007 - Jun 2010
 

Awards 

Competition for the Reconstruction of the National Museum of Kikinda, Serbia., Honorable Mention

2011
 

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