AA Dipl(Hons) RIBA
Siniša was awarded an honours diploma at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and was nominated for the RIBA Presidents Medal before joining a London-based architectural practice in 2001 where he was a project architect on a diverse range of projects that were built and published internationally. Between 2001 and 2007, Siniša combined private practice with his role as senior lecturer at the School of Architecture & the Visual Arts at The University of East London where he taught Architectural Design in the diploma studio as well as Urban Design on the MA course.
Siniša joined bdAr in 2007 as Head of Design and has since been responsible for a variety of projects spanning from prestigious central London refurbishments to international master planning proposals. Siniša’s design approach is to attempt to extract opportunities from the brief: whether this be from the site, a particular client demand, the budget or even the regulatory framework. The intention is to produce the most relevant project-specific design and not to simply capitalise upon a ‘house style’. By overseeing a diverse range of projects, Siniša’s role has helped the practice to sustain a culture of cross-fertilization between various sectors and scales and to promote innovation and the highest quality of design.
Siniša is fluent in English, Serbo-Croat and Spanish. He is a UK Registered Architect and a member of the Royal Institution of British Architects.