Let me introduce myself
I hold a master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Belgrade, Serbia and recently completed a Certified Passive House Designer’s course in Perth. Additionally, I’ve completed vast development and construction projects in Australia and overseas, all of which combined make me ideally placed to revamp your valued living space. I work as a Home Designer and make designs of Sustainable Homes. I am situated in Perth, Australia.
I deeply value the full expression of the human’s spiritual potential. Throughout the last three years, I have put my nose to the grindstone and continued my professional, personal, and spiritual development from the best teachers in the subjects and, that has led me to see clearly how we are becoming more systematically disconnected from our homes. My passion is about changing that and helping you to improve the quality of your life by paying attention to the Positive Homes & Interiors Principles I can offer.
A genuine interest in sustainable building components, our relationship with our internal and external space, as well as our relationship with the Earth are the main attributes of the design solutions I propose. Something that is deeply integrated into the company’s design ethos.
Since the beginning of time, shelter was the main function of a house. Over time we have evolved, and due to new technological advancements we have turned into an indoor generation, much separated from the natural environment, without realizing how unhealthy, and yet expensive, our living conditions are. We propose a smart adjustment of this conundrum, by using technology to design our homes to best promote healthy living.
Passive house design principles allow us to calculate and predict every component we place in our home to serve us and turn our homes into a comfortable, economical, environmentally friendly and healthy, sustainable sanctuary. The only one we deserve.
In fact, European homes are required to be at zero-net energy consumption starting from 2021, with the Australian Government looking to implement this standard by 2050. We still have some way to go towards reaching that goal, wouldn’t you say?
The main purpose of a living space is to support our growth and happiness, and as we are a part of nature, we cannot live a fulfilled life without a constant fresh air supply as well as a deep connection to ourselves. Our work reflects this undivided correlation between man and the natural elements of the planet as a precious gift that we have.
We design homes with a low energy consumption and energy demand, and zero net carbon emissions to the environment. These are now known as high-performance building systems which provide maximum comfort and health, sound objectives that any house nowadays could possibly have.