Tijana Stevanovic

Lecturer in Interior Architecture & Design: Theory & Practice



Tijana Stevanović is an architect. She joined UCA in 2015/16 as a Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design: Theory and Practice. She is also a Teaching Fellow in History and Theory (MArch) at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and an affiliated researcher to the Architecture in Effect: Rethinking the Social in Architecture, a strong research environment hosted by KTH School of Architecture, Stockholm.

Tijana has taught architectural design, history and theory at the University of Newcastle (BA and MArch 2012-2015) and lectured in the UK and abroad. After her studies in architecture (University of Belgrade), she was awarded OSI/FCO Chevening scholarship for studying MA in Identity, Culture and Power at SSEES, University College London (2009/2010).

Tijana is currently writing her PhD thesis at Newcastle University, funded by the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape’s scholarship. Her research interests are: authorship and property in architectural profession and production, questions around flexibility, corporeal and machine metaphors, self-management and biopolitical governing principles in design.

Tijana is often working in collaborative art projects, which explore the systems of knowledge classification, feminist economies, flexible work conditions and problems of exhibiting a collective production. Recent ones, co-curated and exhibited are: I am too sad to dissent (Flutgraben, Berlin, 2013) A Partial Index (Baltic 39, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 2014) and Sick Leave (District, Berlin, 2015). Among other places, she exhibited her work at the Architecture Biennale in Venice (2008).