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15.04.2014
ETH D-ARCH Lectures
Milica Topalovic
Milica Topalovic has been D-ARCH Assistant Professor of Architecture and Territorial Planning at the Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore since 2011. In 2006 she joined the ETH Zurich as head of research at the eth Studio Basel / Contemporary City Institute and the professorial chairs held by Roger Diener and Marcel Meili, where she taught research studios focusing on cities and territories such as Hong Kong and the Nile Valley. Topalovic graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade and received her Master’s degree from the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam.

Since 2000 her work has spanned different scales and media, extending from urban research and design, to architecture and spatial installation. Milica Topalovic has been D-ARCH Assistant Professor of Architecture and Territorial Planning at the Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore since 2011. In 2006 she joined the ETH Zurich as head of research at the eth Studio Basel / Contemporary City Institute and the professorial chairs held by Roger Diener and Marcel Meili, where she taught research studios focusing on cities and territories such as Hong Kong and the Nile Valley. Topalovic graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade and received her Master’s degree from the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. Since 2000 her work has spanned different scales and media, extending from urban research and design, to architecture and spatial installation. Milica Topalovic has been D-ARCH Assistant Professor of Architecture and Territorial Planning at the Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore since 2011. In 2006 she joined the ETH Zurich as head of research at the eth Studio Basel / Contemporary City Institute and the professorial chairs held by Roger Diener and Marcel Meili, where she taught research studios focusing on cities and territories such as Hong Kong and the Nile Valley. Topalovic graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade and received her Master’s degree from the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. Since 2000 her work has spanned different scales and media, extending from urban research and design, to architecture and spatial installation.
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Photograph by Bas Princen