A. (Anica) Dragutinovic

A. (Anica) Dragutinovic


Anica Dragutinovic, M.Arch., is a PhD Candidate at TU Delft | Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Heritage & Architecture (Netherlands). Her PhD research is focusing on modernist mass housing neighbourhoods, and in particular participatory processes in adaptive reuse of their common spaces as a tactic for revitalization of mass housing and (re)production of sustainable and resilient neighbourhoods. Anica is Research Associate at IDS Institute for Design Strategies, Teaching Associate and Coordinator of the Master Program MIAD/MID at TH OWL (Germany) since 2016. She is a MC member of the COST Action MCMH, is involved in RMB Reuse of Modernist Buildings project and was a member of Henry van de Velde research group at University of Antwerp (Belgium). She is currently engaged as researcher in the SHA Shared Heritage Africa project, coordinated by DOCOMOMO Germany and FOMA Forgotten Masterpieces, coordinated by Architectuul. She obtained Master of Architecture in 2016 at the UB-FA (Serbia), and Bachelor of Architecture in 2014 at the same faculty. She authored and co-edited publications with the focus on architecture, built environment and modern heritage topics.

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Modern Movement, Post-war Mass Housing, New Belgrade, Revitalisation Strategies, Adaptive Reuse, Common Spaces, Urban Commons, Commoning, Participation and Co-Creation.

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