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Veljko Dinic


CONTENT 4-5 6-27

Curriculum Vitae Master Thesis - Urban Play

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A Cultural Epicenter

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Kosmopolis city

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The Struggle

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Watchtower

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Two Friends

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The Stapler


Veljko Dinić 11. V 1992 Jagodina, Serbia T. +49 157 32814288 E. vdinic6arch@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/veljko.dinic.54 https://de.pinterest.com/veljkodinic54/ https://issuu.com/veljko11


Education

Skills

2014 - 2016 - Master's Degree Dessau International Architecture grade: 1.4 Dessau, Germany

Serbian English German

2011 - 2014 - Bachelor's Degree Architectural Faculty, University of Belgrade grade: 9.71

2007 - 2011 - Highschool diploma Architectural technical school Belgrade, Serbia

Archicad Rhino Grasshopper Autocad Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Lightroom Google Sketchup Artlantis

Work

Workshops

2007 - 2016 (each summer) Architectural office: Prima Projekt Experiences: making coffee, 2D, 3D, visualizing, graphic, technicalities, bureaucracy, construction, site visit. Jagodina, Serbia

Contemporary Architecture of Belgrade 2014 Searching Spaces 1, 2014 Searching Spaces 2, 2015

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Scholarships

2013 - Student assistant - A.U.R. Architecture Utopia Realism Conference and Exhibition of Ivan Leonidov‘s work at Belgrade UniversityFaculty of Architecture Belgrade, Serbia

2015/16 - DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst 2014 - 2016 - Dositeja, Fund for young talents of Republic of Serbia 2012 - 2014 - Ministry of Education of Republic of Serbia

Conferences

Exhibitions

2013 - ISSUES? Concerning the projects of Peter Eisenman Series of lectures including Peter Eisenman, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Kim FĂśrster, Mario Carpo and many others. Belgrade, Serbia 2012 - AoD Architecture of Deconstruction the specter of Jacques Derrida Series of lectures including Bernard Tschumi, Peter Eisenman, Ljiljana Blagojevic, Jeffrey Kipnis and many others. Belgrade, Serbia

2016 - Best master projects exhibition at DIA 2014 - Studio Project 4, Bachelor Synthesis: Exhibition of the best student works, Belgrade 2013 - Studio Project 1 - exhibition of the best student works, Belgrade 2012 - Studio - Elements of Design - exhibition of the best student works, Belgrade 2012 - Mixer House - design exhibition 2012 - Studio - Space and Form - exhibition of the best student works, Belgrade 2005 - Elementary school - Exhibition of best hand models at republic competition in technical education, Belgrade

Achievements

Passions

-Nominated for one of the best Master Thesis projects at DIA -Nominated for German Xella Competition as one of 5 representatives of DIA -Automatic enrollment at DIA Master Programm via architectural competition 2014

Skiing, football, tennis, swimming, jogging, Volleyball... hand drawing, hand modeling, graffiti...

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Dessau International Architecture master thesis - Luxury professor: Joris Fach 2nd professor: Roger Bundschuh assistant: Ignacio Boscolo individual work


URBAN PLAY

Location: Slavija, Belgrade, Serbia

A man carries elements of play inside himself from the very beginning. More importantly for architecture as a direct feature of civilisational development, “Humanity has advanced, when it has advanced, not because it has been sober, responsible, and cautious, but because it has been playful, rebellious, and immature”-Tom Robbins. As Johan Huizinga would assert, play is older than culture and man was playing before he has become civilized. He went so far to say that play has been playing a central role in developing of human culture. In adulthood, however, Play has been repres-

Swimming pool

sed. It becomes purposeless in people’s minds. This phenomenon is especially strong in capitalistic societies of today in which man has more and more responsibilities, both at home and at work. Studies had shown that it is workload and issues related to other “have to do things” that are main causes of stress. I believe that these playful impulses that remained deep inside adults could be helpful in dealing with challenges imposed by everyday life. This role could be strengthened to lower stress levels, especially in commuter situations that usually just waste their time.

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A concept of mine tends to make these responsibilities easier to deal with and to bring more joy and fun into the life, which will inevitably result in more ideas and therefore in better tomorrow, that is the one of the main reasons for our existence. I see my project as a natural tool for civilisational prosperity that could be established as a strategy for generations to come. Moreover, I see it as a valve from routines of finishing daily errands and escaping to another world, heterotopic, imaginational and perfect one.

- Through the window of Hotel Slavija 9


- wonderland 10


- wasting of time 11


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- “concrete� city plaster model

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Dessau International Architecture master studio - Museum der Moderne prof. Johanna Meyer-GrohbrĂźgge individual work


A CULTURAL EPICENTER

Location: Kulturforum, Berlin, Germany

This location as space in present time does not exist since all Kulturforum’s objects are far away from each other. Each one of them is located on its own island, which makes them individuals. Therefore, my point of view was to create one bigger entity that will connect all of them in one organism. In order to achieve that, a new individual is needed. By strong individual gesture, I am forming a new island, which in the moment when becomes the island, automatically activates other islands and creates one archipelago. According to the better connectivity, the building is eaten by the city, it opens to the city and to the public usage. Permeation of museum (private) and public spaces is of crucial importance if we want to activate this lost island. Clear and strong structure, will only point out more the spaces around it, which will, in the circle, point out the first (structure) spaces, and so on to the endless circle. The city of Berlin is becoming a part of the exhibition that could be seen from terraces and penetrated spaces. This structure should represent the heart of the whole organism, archipelago, which is pulsing as a center of gravity, vacuuming and spreading the energy of the city of Berlin.

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“Museum der Moderne”


Gemäldegalerie Neue Nationalgalerie New National Gallery St. Matthäus-Kirche

Kunstgewerbemuseum Museum der Moderne

Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Berlin State Library Berlin Philharmonie Tiergarten

- Heart of “Kulturforum” 31


archipelago

new island

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- Exploding privateness 32


exhibition 2

black boxes

main exhibition 1

marzona collection

management

kupferstichkabinett seminar room house management

education cafe lecture hall

special exhibition

storage paintings storage sculptures

foyer | shop

restauration delivery

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- cheerful museum 35


- Berlin as a part of the exhibition 36


- Cultural (dis)integration plaster model

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Dessau International Architecture master studio - Kosmopolis prof. Ralf Niebergall individual work


KOSMOPOLIS

Location: Stuttgart, Germany

Wichtigster Bezugspunkt des Projekts ist der sozialpsychologische Aspekt. Die Empfindungen der Besucher sind wesentliches Entwurfskriterium. Für den Prozess der Sozialisation spielt Kommunikation die Hauptrolle. Es muss daher darum gehen, Räume zu schaffen, die Kontakte zwischen den Menschen fördern, Treffpunkte der Kulturen, Orte der Kommunikation, des Gesprächs, auch des visuellen Austauschs. Um der Komplexität des interkulturellen Dialogs, aber auch der Kommunikation verschiedener Nutzergruppen gerecht werden zu können, bedarf es verschiedener räumlicher Erfahrungen und räumlicher Verbindungen. Die Idee des Projekts basiert auf dem Archetyp des Platzes, wo sich Menschen und Funktionen verflechten. Der Platz ist nach wie vor das wichtigste räumliche Verbindungsglied in der Ordnung von Stadträumen. Die besondere Topografie des Ortes ermöglicht es, auf verschiedenen Ebenen Platzräume zu schaffen. Die Anordnung der Volumen folgt den topografischen Gegebenheiten und ist so gewählt, dass die Freiräume trotz der beengten Grundstücksverhältnisse so gut wie

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Immigration (welcome) centre

möglich aktiviert werden können. Der größte Teil der Funktionen ist in einer angehobenen Plattform untergebracht. Dadurch ergeben sich Freiräume auf der +/- 0,00-Ebene, die als Vorplatz für den Mehrzwecksaal dienen, als Kommunikationstteils erweitert und als Treff- und Aussichtspunkt gestaltet ist. Dieser Stadtbalkon, der durch ein Café funktional bereichert wird, ist mit seiner schönen Aussicht über Stadt und Schlossgarten als Entspannungs- und Kommunikationsraum konzipiert. Zwischen diesen Freiräumen auf den unterschiedlichen Ebenen stellen kommunikative vertikale Räume die Verbindung zwischen Nutzern und angegliederten Funktionen her. Dabei bildet die Plattform auf der Höhe zwischen 8 und 12m das Rückgrat des Gebäudeensembles. Hier findet über offene, flexibel gestaltete Räume die Verknüpfung mit den darüber und darunter liegenden Funktionen statt, hier wird das Zentrum für Migration zu einer Einheit zusammengeführt, die auf dieser Ebene wiederum einen öffentlichen Platzraum im Innenraum bildet in den die Wegebeziehungen münden.


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- horizontall | vertical connectivity 44


- meet 45


- city balcony 46


- conceptual hand model 47


University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture studio design 2 - construction technologies summer semester 2012|13 professors: dr Zikica Tekic, mr Ljiljana Djukanovic and dr Milan Radojevic group work


THE STRUGGLE

Location: New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia

New Belgrade is one of the rare examples in which a dream of modernism has almost come true. City is divided by wide streets into a grid, creating atrium blocks with parks inside of them.

Exhibition pavillion of IT technologies

The building simbolizes domination of artificial technologies above nature, caused by technological habits of contemporary mayority.

Nature and artificial have been always in struggle, therefore IT pavilion is composed of two rectangular volumes one above the other. The upper volume is artificial, with glass facade and metal “space construction”. The ground volumen is “natural”, with grass facade and natural concrete in interior.

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1 uninterrupted power supply 2 trafostation 3 substation for heating 4 air-conditioning 5 Toilets 6 reception desk 7 staff entrance 8 office 9 warehouse 10 warehouse 11 exhibition area 12 exit

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University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture studio design 1 winter semester 2012|13 professor: dr Vanja Panic individual work


WATCHTOWER

Location: Vracar, Belgrade, Serbia

residential/cultural

Mix of residential,public and cultural activities into one entity. The location is on the top of the hill in wider city centre. Therefore, it gives a great opportunity for viewing the city from residential towers as well as from public horizontal balcony. Unlike old “block” structure, new sollution opens to the public and revitalise urban importance of location. Open ground floor connects public to the theatre from the east and clinical centre from the west. Grass field for water supply on the south allows free views towards the city and gives “air to take a breath in chaotic contemporary metropolis”.

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University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture bachelor (syn)thesis summer semester 2014 professors: dr Ana Nikezic, dr Vanja Panic assistent: Nikola Cakic individual work


TWO FRIENDS

Location: Zvezdara forest, Belgrade, Serbia

Period of academic studies represents a life period when you ask yourself a lot of questions. In that period we are confused by the reality which is all around us, we are starting to recognize and to make conclusions, to be the persons with our own thinking. We are getting to know ourselves. That is the period in which are discovered, for the first time, elements of a grown man, but there is still space for playing the GAME!!

Student accomodation

Space in which “two friends” are playing is more rural than urban. Two friends are calling you to play with them and with their contents. They are approachable to everybody, which is very important in forming students’ personalities as individuals, in this world of reality that is all around us.

The game is the thing which makes people happy, and if we just know how to play we’ll know how to enjoy our lives. Life on its own is one big game, and if we do not know how to play it we are not living at all.

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Ul. Nova 1

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workshop - Searching Spaces professor: Joris Fach assistant: Ignacio Boscolo individual work


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