Dr Djordje Stojanovic
Senior Lecturer in Architectural Design
Djordje Stojanovic, is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. He holds a PhD from the University of Belgrade, a Master of Science degree from London School of Economics and a Master of Architecture degree form Architectural Association. He is RIBA3, and ARB registered architect in the UK since 2001. His work is strongly informed by the experience gained from employment with Zaha Hadid Architects, Ron Arad Associates, ARUP and AKT in London, and mediates between design education, research and practice.
He was an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Belgrade where he taught Design Studios and Research Seminars focusing on the correlation between creative design strategies and emerging design technologies, including digital fabrication and mechatronics. The past Design Studio agendas that he has developed include topics of food production in cities, reconstruction of social housing estates, creation of flexible co-working environments, and development of interior public spaces through public-private partnership models.
His research interests include the interaction between architectural design and computation, sensate environments and adaptive buildings. He is interested in the advancement of the design of public spaces, civic buildings, and housing and his research output includes creative work and construction of prototypical models.
His architectural practice is published as 4of7 Architecture. He received awards in open international competitions for the design of collective housing projects, in Tromsø, Norway (Europan 7); at Stonebridge, West London (Europan 8); and at Bow, East London (the Architecture Foundation).