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Gospodar Jevremova 29 11000 Belgrade, Serbia tel: +38169 1558271 Born on the 28th of december 1986,

Male, Serbian.

2012 - One of ten authors for Serbian pavillion at Venice biennale with project “Jedan Sto / 100”

2010 - Graduated at the Masters programme Department for Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade with an average of 9.78

2010 - Author and designer of publication and exhibition in Belgrade “Divergent scene of young people”

2009-2011 - employment at Croll Invest architectural office in Belgrade

2009 - Teaching assistant at the Department for Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade.

2006 - chosen as one of the top students attended the series of

workshops in Berlin hosted by RWTH Aachen Faculty of Architecture


-Ranko Radovic award for best exhibition and multimedial presentation in 2012, for exhibition 1:100 at venice biennale -First prize at national competition for Venice Biennale with project “Jedan Sto / 100” -Second prize at the international competition for hotel complex on artficial island “St. Constantin and Helena” -Third prize at the international competition for Exhibition park in Balchik


Architecture, photography, contemporary art, design, sports, music...


Team player, hard worker, persistant, adaptable, positive, competitive, analytical, inventive...


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SLAVIJA SQUARE team: Janko Tadić Marija Strajnić

competition, 2012

Poor spatial situation at the micro and macro levels, bad monument location of great cultural significance and availability of passers Slavia Square, constructed a concept of our project. Regardless of the current dormancy, these important location in Belgrade carries great potential for a clear understanding and active use. On the basis of the perceived problems, our project consists of three parts:

Fontaine - Roll pan across the surface of the square, depth 0.5m The subway - Space circular base, with five lift and staircase entrance, exhibition hall, public toilets, boxing removable bars and relaxation Vertical - vertical stairwell 35 meters tall and is topped with a statue Dimitrije Tucovic Fontaine is a buffer zone, which occupies the entire space at a level of traffic and prevents users stay in this part eliminate eco-unfriendly and unattractive. Water inside the circular location affects the freshness and acts as a visual purifier. Playing with reflections, water is water and a fountain and ponds and sky mirror.

The stairs are vertical square that can be used for sitting, standing, walking, and above all observing city from different heights. Reflection of water fountain brings the stairs to even greater extremes and emphasizes the verticality as a primary feature of the square. This extra step of creating a sculpture with a fountain that makes a whole new square. Climbing stairs, square displace people in an entirely different scale from that first come into a position from which it can be seen Slavia compared to other parts of the city and its entire urban context. The stairs can be accessed only from the subway, which is located below the square area for unloading and pedestrian traffic, approached some of the 5 elevators and stairway entrance. The subway is crowned with a circular opening through which the vertical staircase rise, but it can be shut down (in case of rain). The introduction of extreme vertical staircase, Slavia Square takes a vertical character and gives users an active role of observing the whole city.

VENICE BIENNALE SERBIAN PAVILLION team: Janko Tadić Nebojša Stevanović Marija Miković Marija Strajnić Miloš Zivković Olga Lazarević Milan Dragić Nikola Andonov Aleksandar Ristović Marko Marović Vimeo channel JEDAN:STO / 100 exbition, 2012

A table big enough to fill the pavillion with its surface almost entirely. Table is positioned in the middle of the pavillion. The remaining space around the table is left as a narrow hallway 1.5 m wide, for walking, standing, sitting. By denying or inverting the scale of the table, this archetypical object is brought to its extreme meaning. Universal, indivisible, sculptural, banal. Its size translates into surface. Its height relates it to the notion of table. The relationship between the table surface and the volume of the pavillion creates tension and defines its value. Perception is the theme that arises and that belons to the atmosphere the most. Simple is associative and is subject to diversity in perception. Impossibility of perceiving the object as a whole and its transition to the surface is what makes it beautiful. Large surface is pretty. Immense surface is beautiful. White is broken down into spectrum of colors, a table is broken down into a plethora of metaphors. The interior becomes exterior, we are not surrounded by empty walls but by architecture with either in between, emptiness and fullness, the definiteveness of the placed object becomes a diversity of percertion. Movements make the space pulsate, sounds fills the silence, we touch the surface, we look at each other and hear each other. Does it separate us or join us? Table dimensions are 22 x 5 meters. Sound that table makes are produced by users that are touching it exploring its dimensions and its provocative 4 leg support. By making all those sounds you make yourself noticable to others which turns the surface into a communication tool. Final product of this table’s life at Biennale is a short documentary film that can be seen on our Vimeo channel JEDAN:STO / 100.

BADEL BLOCK, ZAGREB team: Janko Tadić Nebojša Stevanović Marija Miković Marija Strajnić competition, 2012

Audiovisual arts gather film, abstract film, experimental film, sound art, sound installation, video art and visual music and refer to the part of contemporary art that belongs to the internet and exhibiting, more than to collecting. This creates a wide field for a community gathering place which would serve both as an indirect educator and direct pastime. Program was partly driven out of a form of the project (of an event that follows the form) and partly out of a competition brief. Having in mind the position and essence of Badel block in landscape of the city of Zagreb, as well as the conceptual characteristics of the brief itself, we came to a conclusion that this block needs a specific theme to embed a new atmosphere in the area of the city with already grounded tradition. Main features are: Leaf which is a concrete shell slope, New Art Center main building with auditoriums and exhibition spaces, Distillery as exibition space , Gorica Factory building as pansions and canteen and Process building with educational and recreation program.

The main concern was how to treat the space of the block that is half-built and how to give it a shape. EXISTING CONDITION 1. Yeast production factory building (Distillery) - Badel block interior 2.Spirits refinery and distillery, later part of the Gorica Factory - Ĺ ubiceva street 3.Business and process section in front of the Process buildings - Badel block interior 4. Open space between existing structures RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING CONDITION 1. Distillery Distillery building stays practically intact and becomes a visual base for a main building of a new center that will be placed above. It can be entered both from parking, park and from surface of a new structure. 2.Gorica Factory building The old building is removed completely except of the front facade which is duplicated into a back wall. Those two walls become a shell of the new formed volumen in between. Volumen is designed into a Pansion building. Entrances from Ĺ ubiceva street, from the Leaf and also from the garage. 3.Process building Designed also by duplicating the front facade wall, which also led to a volume of a new building.



INTERVENTION 1.Leaf - One of the most important concept features of our competition entry is elevating a floor level of Badel block into a slope that goes from main block entrance (Šubiceva street) to the entrance of New Art Center building. We named it Leaf, as a symbol for slope’s shape and for the proportion between its surface and its thickness. Structurally it is a concrete shell. 2. Main building - New Art Center New center is standing on four pillars, positioned above Distillery building, formally independent, connected with staircase and elevator. 3.Park - Badel block is in its form mostly opened towards Šubiceva street, where the front line of the urban structure is parted and points the view towards the open market across the road. This portion of the ground remains the lowest part of the block and becomes green surface (a park) and the only bit of urban structure that is not covered with the Leaf shell. 4.Parking – entrances from Derencinova and Marticeva street Parking space is assigned to a level below the Leaf, and its ceiling is, therefore, shaped by the bottom side of it and by the holes that hold the spiral stairs and lead to Leaf’s top side. 5.Stores - Derencinova and Marticevastreet Stores are transparent structures below the Leaf which can be opened and closed depending on the weather, crowd and purpose.

RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX DR. IVAN RIBAR team: Janko Tadić Miloš Zivković Marko Vuković competition, 2011


In the period project of New Belgrade was started its concept was representing the most modern view of architecture and urbanism of that time. As architecture developed by time so did the needs of its users, new options for upgrading New Belgrade have opened so did the new ways of perceiving the original concept. When we talk about residential architecture, the idea that was done by Athens Charter saw objects as dots in big fields of greenery. Reason that blocks were formed that way was enabling the users more contact with green surfaces that surrounds them. Concept of suggested solution for residential complex in Dr. Ivan Ribar’s street is based on upgrading that idea and attempt to enable users better and efficient approach and better contact with green surfaces that are intended by plan for residents of this complex.

The idea was to take four segments of project (green surfaces, roads, parking space, and housing units) and form them into a one unity by rising and overlapping of planned surfaces within the block. Housing unit, that are represented in form of pixels, rise and move away from each other forming open spaces enabling that way roof gardens for residents.

Pixels are formed in two rings and open to the south side of the world for maximum insolation. Between two rings of apartments, from ground point, ramps rises which interconnect the pixels enabling that way apartment approach and also representing the main communication within whole residential unity/block. Space of the ramps is used for car trafficking but also for parking of vehicles giving so residential users parking space near their apartment. This residential unit is divided on 6 subunits which have separate accesses via concrete cores and every subunit has 4 types of apartments.

Constructional system is made of steel beam and column set forming that way a steel cage which, rising from the ground, relies on concrete cores I supporting pillars. Interval between columns is 7.2 m and height from floor to ceiling is 3.3 m. Façade concept of the outer ring follows the housing unit demands for natural light where their window dimensions are formed depending on their positions and possibilities to receive Sun’s luminosity. SECTION 01










CENTER FOR PROMOTION OF SCIENCE IN BELGRADE team: Miloš Živković Janko Tadić Nebojša Stevanović Aleksandar Gušić competition, 2010






The object is a place where two ages crash – a collision of modern (function) and retro (New Belgrade). Its architecture should provoke, associates, intrigue as for observers so for its users. In time exhibits have taken a new form, meaning that now the requirements for new architectural concepts have changed. User becomes a participant and without him exhibition does not exists. Exhibit itself is meaningless until the user activates it and participates. By doing that he also becomes a part of exhibition. Together they form a spectacle.










Entrance area is in direct connection with main space which is formed by delevelled staggered slabs that are recessed in relation to the facade so they can be occurred from all levels and angles. Highest level of the building is formed in relation to program requirements, it is compact and offers dark areas that correspond to different types of exhibitions. Facade of the building is put in use of filter for the outside observers who watch through fresnel lenses which are on three sides of object. It gives them ability to see distort image of inside space giving them a whole diffrent perception of the Center for Promotion of Science.


The structural system is mixed – reinforced concrete structure that is cast on site and mounting space steel frame. Reinforced concrete structure is, in levels of underground parking space, skeletal with reinforced concrete canvasas and core, and along the perimeter of the building is reinforced concrete supporting structure.The building is dug into the ground level of garage and ground floor. Above ground floor space is a steel structure that relies on reinforced concrete core and steel columns spatial circular section. Useful space at the top of the building is formed by two levels of spatial steel structures that are interconnected with steel columns within the area and volume of the facade. Floor slabs in the space of the building are hung by the cable system on steel roof space truss and so is the planetarium.



Planetarium is in the constructive sense a blob that is formed from a series of steel frames and together with internal structure makes a physical circuit. Facade is a spider system construction, or a system of circular steel tubes which are interconnected in a orthogonal network with levels of slabs in the space.






master thesis project mentor: Mihailo Lujak

Research field is the incubator space for young people of Serbia, and is based on the identification and analysis of key socio - economic and functional-physical prameters. The goal is formation of the Business incubator of technical sciences intended for young scientific personnel who are in conducted study defined as target groups. They are marked as creators and holders of the largest resources of importance for the economic development of the city of Belgrade and Republic of Serbia which , by relevant statistical data, has a problem with the departure of scientific potential. The concept of such space intended for young people is formed in relation to their characteristics and the main guideline highlighted was the intellectual dynamism of youth. The goal is to create a physically active space by converting static elements (such as walls for example) into useful,active areas.This would allow the users more ways to move through this space and for use of that space.







Business incubators are instruments of local economic development to support the newly established small enterprises in the early years of their growth and development when they are most vulnerable. Such a center is aimed at to provide adequate business environment for promising new businesses companies which are selected by public competition in order to successfully survive the first years of their work. Business Incubator provides his tenants free of charge physical capacity of the mind infrastructure, common meeting rooms, access technical equipment and free service packages that include mentoring and konslating in the fields that are necessary for growth and development emerging companies. Support companies in the incubator takes 3-5 years to optimum sustainability.

In this cycle, companies in the first year do not pay rent, in the second year they pay 40% of market price and in the third they pay 80% of market price after which the incubation phase ends and in their place come new companies. Business Incubator consists of three basic parts: -Incubator Center




-Training Center

-Service level





team: Janko Tadić Veselin Grujić Iva Marković to be built project, 2009

The original idea in defining the concept was the reconstruction and preservation of the existing building and changing its function. As such it represented a connection to the most attractive part of the plot - the hill. It placed the most important elements of the project on the basis of routes that are drawn adapting the morphology of the terrain and vistas of the most appropriate in order to provide users with quality visual experience of the wider area. On the basis of criteria is derived spatial composition of cubes with screens set up to frame the environment. These cubes are in interaction adapting to the morphology of the terrain and thus get interdependent functions that have a primary role to offer customers a variety of activities that are connected to that easy access, with the aim of achieving a long and quality accommodation. These spaces are delevelled relaxation, entertainment, business area and catering. They are defined as a spa center, a congress hall with space for meetings, mediateque, restaurant and night club, a mini golf on the roof with separate accommodation units that are defined as separate private entity.



Here a public space (park) is defined as a set of three mutually similar environmental subgroups derived from the ratio of the selected sites and the new organization structures. Each subgroup can live alone, but their combination is a powerful unit. This raises one of the initial goals, and that the pursuit of space continuum that represents an extension unit, constant size.

Looking at the site as a park - forest, we get the symmetry and variety. This is reflected in the formation of footpaths, as well as physical contact with the ground and objects on the ground floor, while the upper floors are achieved by a visual connection with nature which is connected to the glass surfaces within the building or in the roof garden. This division of the subgroup we get part of the park with accommodation units (zone 1), a public park-garden with outdoor amphitheater, areas for relaxation (Zone 2) and a part where there are outdoor pools and water bar that represents the connection to the building, which houses spa, and tennis courts (zone 3).


team: Janko Tadić Veselin Grujić Iva Marković to be built project, 2009

They are located at the foot of the plot and set to be open to the environment. That is, the project is reflected in the form of environmental units, which are composed of several similar parts. Every accommodation unit together with the “yard” forms a subgroup, and it should be placed at different heights of the terrain. Combining these different levels of field we get rolling land that is as simple and natural atmosphere thus providing privacy from neighbors. Suffused with water bars that are thermal springs in order to be used throughout the year because their average temperature reaches 33 ºC.

The building structure is made of reinforced concrete panels that is also a structural element, and the wooden surface so as to better fit in with nature. Their compactness is broken with large glass areas that are protected by a wooden sun-breakers and its possible on the basis of their mechanism of movement to form a stairway.


portfolio, janko tadic