I was born in 1980 in Belgrade. At a young age I started drawing, and that became the best, and the most interesting way to spend my time. Paper and pen were the best toys , and tool for creating forms, characters and new worlds. And that is what I still do when I design-I try to create new small worlds.
I graduated at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, in 2004. After that I completed the postgraduate studies in the field of industrial product design at the Venice University (IUAV). while studying, I worked as an intern at Cibicworkshop, a multidisciplinary research/design center in Vicenza, founded by Aldo Cibic. In 2009, I went to Rome, where I worked in the studio Fuksas Associati, as interior and industrial designer.
At 2011, I established my own practice, and started doing interior and furniture design. From 2015, I am working as a assistant professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts, in Belgrade, where I teach furniture design.
In my work I try to underline the no-form side of design-the idea that the form is necessary, but secondary and subordinate to other factors that compose good design