Margot Krasojević Architecture

Margot Krasojević Architecture

London, GB

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Margot Krasojević completed her architectural education at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and University College London. She worked with Zaha Hadid Architects and was lead undergraduate and masters studio director, investigating digital and sustainable design programs, at UCL, University of Greenwich and University of Washington. She then opened a multidisciplinary architectural design studio focusing on integrating environmental issues, renewable energy and sustainability as part of the design process.

Krasojević is currently working on projects in Asia, where she is integrating and harnessing renewable energy as part of a buildings service infrastructure. She is also designing hydroelectric homes and hotels which redefine the manner in which not only tourism but everyday rituals are affected and is investigating hempcrete as a sustainable and carbon-negative building material in her recent project for Catalonia's Cannabis agricultural farm design. She is the author of "Dynamics and Derealisation" and "Spatial Pathologies-Floating Realities" and is a visiting professor at the University of Washington.

 Krasojević believes that a cross-disciplinary design strategy is very important for architecture proposing new typologies which reflect our perpetually changing environment. She focuses on design criteria which involve renewable energy sources and technology to develop a formal and structural architectural language supported by dynamic simulation software.

Ms Krasojević won the 2018 LEAF Award for "Best Future Building – Under Construction and Drawing

Board" for her "Self-Excavation Hurricane House" in Louisiana, US.

Ms Krasojević's `Hydroelectric House' design is a permanent

exhibit at The Futurium, Berlin, opening 5th September 2019.

The Turbine hotel is part of a television documentary by RAUM Films, Austria.

Ms. Krasojevic was nominated for the Energy Globe awards 2020




Architecture of Israel research award, 1st Place


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