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CV ................................................................................................... 04 Academic work Student campus - Final diploma project...................................... Collective housing - Bachelor course........................................... Caffe-book store - Bachelor course.............................................. Different Brick - Thesis project...................................................... Real Size Thinking Competition - Exhibition................................

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Full name: Ana Ilić (ILIC) Date of birth: 22.10.1982. Gender: female Nationality: SERBIAN Current address: 1-10-9 Honkomagome Kooto Hakusan 105 113-0021 Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo Telephone number: +818094247300 Email address: ilicj.ana@gmail.com

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Work experience: 2012 – 2013_

FRONTOFFICETOKYO, 4-3-27 2F Akasaka Minato Ku Tokyo 107-0052 (DESIGN TEAM) Projects: D flat Tokyo; renovation of apartment in residential tower in Chiyoda ward, Tokyo; Kesennuma Master Plan, A Regional Plan, Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan; Wa Shop, renovation - Akasaka, Tokyo 2014

2009 – 2011_

U.M.A.-ARCHITEKTEN, d.o.o. Generala Lesjanina 4, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia (DESIGN DEVELOPMENT) Projects: WOHNHAUS Otto-Bauer-Gasse 22, 1060 Wien, Austria; Appartmenthaus Sonnenhof Dellach, Millstaetter Strasse, 1030 Wien, Austria; Commercial complex TowTown, Wien, Austria; WOHNHAUS Wuerffelgasse-Viktoriagasse, A1150 Wien, Austria; WOHNHAUS Angererstrasse 20-22, 1210 Wien, Austria; WOHNHAUS Hasnerstrasse-Lorenz-Mandlgasse 146, 1030 Wien, Austria; HOTEL KaiserPark, Gruenbergstrasse 11, 1082 Wien, Austria; HALLE Dorotheum Voesendorf, Invalidenstrasse 5/6, 1030 Wien, Austria; PALAIS Hainburgerstrasse 15,1030 Wien, Austria; others

2009_

JNDart Biro, d.o.o. Maksima Gorkog 1a, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia (INTERN ARCHITECT) Projects: Residential building, Dubljanska ulica 54, Belgrade, Serbia; Residential building, Šumatovačka ulica 31, Belgrade, Serbia

2008 – 2009_

PJ Studio, Svetogorska ulica 10, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia (DESIGN TEAM) Projects: Commercial and residential complex near the National Library of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

2006 – 2007_

Zivlak+Nikezić Architects d.o.o. Terazije 31, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia (INTERN ARCHITECT) Projects: Public garage, Obilićev Venac, Belgrade, Serbia (National open competition); Residential Villa, Budva, Montenegro; Archaeological park “Mediana”, Niš, Serbia;

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Education: 1989 – 1997_

Elementary School: “Ivan Miliutinović”

1997 – 2001_

High School: “First Belgrade High School”, MAJOR “SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS”

2001 – 2004_

Bachelor of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Serbia (BArch)

2004 – 2009_

Master of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Serbia (MArch) DIPLOMA OF GAINED UNIVERSITY DEGREE WITH PROFESSIONAL TITLE - GRADUATE ENGINEER OF ARCHITECTURE

2011 – 2013_

Master of Engineering, Global 30 Architecture and Urban Design Program, University of Tokyo-Japan (MEng)

Awards: 2013_

Real Size Thinking Competition 2013; 3rd prize “Different Brick Project” (Yasemin Sahiner, Kyaw Htoo, Ana Ilić)

Exhibitions: 2013_ 2013_

Real Size Thinking - Ozone gallery, Shinjuku Park Tower, Shinjuku, Tokyo; Japanese Junction - LIXIL gallery, Ginza, Tokyo;

Computer skills:

Autodesk AutoCad; Rhinoceros + Grasshopper Plug-in + VRay rendering Plug in; Adobe Master Collection (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop , Premier; Dreamweaver); Microsoft Office Programs; Basic knowledge on operating Laser cutter and CNC Milling machines; Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS programming language;

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Serbian: Mother tongue English: Native level French: Basic level

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ACADEMIC WORK

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STUDENT CAMPUS

Final diploma project, Master course, University of Belgrade (April 2009)

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SITE PLAN Running track surrounds the entire complex lifted up into treetops 5m of the ground

basketball courts distributed in regular grid accessible from ground level or running track level Residential groups distributed in regular grid several formations, depending on position on site accessible from ground level and running track level (platforms) Yellow brick road internal traffic artery allows vehicle access to every building in campus

old building existing old construction reused, reconstructed new functions assigned Satellites facilities of commercial and communal functions attached to yellow brick road irregularly distributed, scattered

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PROGRAM RESIDENTIAL GROUP - COMMON FACILITIES

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FIREPROOF SYSTEM - WATER HYDRANTS

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INTERNAL COMMUNICATION - YELLOW BRICK ROAD

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Each Residential Unit is intended for use of one student alone. Total area (20m2+15m2) is the result of dimensional analysis of all necessary surfaces for basic actions, needs and states of a single user (sitting, playing, studying, dancing, bathing, relaxing, book-storing, reading, listening to music, sleeping...). Space is vertically split into two zones: day-zone and night-zone / lower floor and upper floor. The unit is fully transparent, but closable, with intention of optional visual connection/disconnection to other units of group. The idea was to connect the inner space of units with the outside space - the forest.

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Detail

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Structural scheme

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INFO box

Workshop

Power station

INFO center & administration office Bakery Study room

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Bank / Post office

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COLLECTIVE HOUSING

Course name: Design studio, Bachelor course, University of Belgrade, 5th semester

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APARTMENTS_4 TYPES

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apartment 2 area 78.1 m2

apartment 3 area 162.4 m2

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4 types of Apartments, designed to provide luxurious accommodation, are combined in 20 different floor combinations which are used to create 33 floors tall building. Apartments vary in size, from small (41.7 m2) to very large (166.1 m2). The larger ones are designed to have two separate zones operated by individual entrances. The intention was to provide separate space for different generations - children and adults, so both parties can have privilege of privacy due to different usage of space. Some floors are not entirely covered with flats. On the position of missing flat, there is created a common space of various purposes. These common spaces are spread through three floors the most. On lower floors, apartments can be organized into offices in which case the common area on that floor is accessible for the public as well as for the tenants. Security and control of access are managed with programmed elevators which are situated in the core of the building.

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CAFE -BOOK STORE

Course name: Design studio, Bachelor course, University of Belgrade, 3rd semester

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PLANS Ground floor plan

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ELEVATIONS

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3D MODEL

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DIFFERENT BRICK

Thesis project, Master course , Tokyo University (2011-2013)

Kyaw Htoo, Yasemin Sahiner, Ana Ilic

The aim of this research was to develop an innovative masonry system that can be applied in a contemporary urban context by integrating enhanced material performances. The proposal was to transform unused gas stations in Tokyo by building canopy-like structures over the newly emergent urban public spaces designed to host various public gathering activities and to provide an opportunity for citizens to interact with soil in an urban context where soil usually is not exposed. The design process is based on a simple physical production system fully supported by highly developed digital tools. The production system produces compressed, round-edged, differentiated bricks that can generate doubly curved surfaces when stacked. A major goal is to re-contextualize soil in order to propose temporary, degradable, recyclable materials as an alternative option for contemporary building materials. Use of readily available material on site eliminates soil pollution when inherent biological processes are enhanced. On a larger scale, by developing a temporary infrastructure which functions as an ‘Urban Soil Detoxifier’, the proposed design system has the potential to push pre-dating, intuitive, manual methods of application to a more intelligent level. This urban proposal focuses on old gas stations in Tokyo. This distributed network of plots that are small in size but high in number contributes to soil (and underground water) contamination in urban areas with leaking underground storage tanks.

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PRODUCTION PROCESS

1. Cutting the tubes

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deforming the initial tubes

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casting

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DESIGN PROPOSAL GAS STATION SCENARIO

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CONCEPT

URBAN SOIL DETOXIFYING INFRASTRUCTURE

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• Shape and accessibility of site

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REAL SIZE THINKING Competition 2013, 3rd place

Kyaw Htoo, Yasemin Sahiner, Ana Ilic

Different brick design team was awarded in REAL SIZE THINKING 2013 competition when they were given the opportunity to build a prototype of the system they developed as their thesis project. Different brick is about developing an innovative masonry system based on simple production methods fully supported by highly customized digital tools. It challenges the non-standarized manufacturing processes through the application of computational design in architectural discourse. The production system produces compressed, round-edged, differentiated bricks that can generate doubly curved surfaces when stacked. The main goal was to construct the geometry without using geometrical formwork. For the purpose of the competition, team members proposed a doubly curved wall composed of 600 different bricks. Real Size Thinking 2013 competition exhibition was held at Shinjuku Park Tower Ozone Gallery from November 14th until November 26th 2013. Design team: Kyaw Htoo, Ana Ilic, Yasemin Sahiner Computational support: Dr. Eng. Masaaki Miki Fabrication team: So Sugita, Ornchuma Saraya, Minjie Xu, Kevin Clement 66


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