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Posted by Uroš Divac 22 Sep 14

This project deals with relationship between architecture and obesity. It explores the impact of the education system and architecture schools in the creation of obesity. The aim of the project is a new and different way of functioning of schools, emerged from the spatial organization and design, which addresses a specific problem – obesity. Project establishes the typological hybrid that consists of school, housing, diet space and space for growing plants, all embedded in the polygon space for recreation and play.
Ovaj projekat se bavi odnosom arhitekture i gojaznosti. Obuhvata istraživanje uticaja obrazovnog sistema i arhitekture škola na […]

Posted by Uroš Divac 28 Apr 14

This project studies obesity. It will try to unravel relationship between dietary habits, education and architecture. Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have a negative effect on health. Such condition may be understood as an access accumulation of  energy in an organism, created by the disbalance between calories consumed and discharged. This is a consequence of several intertwined factors such as: genetic, psychological, cultural, social and environmental. This project will explore the relevance obesity and the idea of energy accumulation in architecture, both as a theoretical model […]

Posted by Uroš Divac 05 Feb 13

Main idea of my project is polyvalence – meaning multiple and different forms, purposes and meanings. That is also the characteristic of network as a term: it can change its shape, ways of manifestation, users, infrastructure, carry various messages, have different capacity, density and speed, but it is united into one system. As connections and flows are not fixed in space, architecture of connections and flows should be changeable and inconstant. Reducing the main idea of architecture to the network of communications simplifies the architecture, but it firmly points out the idea of network and exchange of information.
Walls and membranes […]