Dejan Todorović


Dejan Todorović (Travnik, 1990) is an architect. He finished undergraduate and master studies at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, where he defended his master project “Almost Transparent Blue: Hotel – Belgrade Seaboard” under the mentorship of prof. dr Vladimir Milenković in 2014. Since 2013 he has been actively taking part in teaching on architectural design courses, within both undergraduate and master studies of architecture, as an associate to doc. dr Milena Kordić.  He took part in many national and international competitions, exhibitions, and workshops in the field of architecture and design, while his most prominent work includes: first prize on a student competition Boche Di Leone, first prize at the competition for the design of RTS bombing memorial (as an associate of the author team Neoarhitekti) and the participation in the “Almost Transparent Blue” exhibition at the Malta Design Week 2014. He is one of the authors of the exhibition “Belo 115”, in the Gallery-legacy of Milica Zorić and Rodoljub Čolaković. As one of the participants of Create in Residence ’15 program, he was the beneficiary of the Swedish Institute’s grant for a two-month residency at the University of Malmö.