Interior architect and industrial designer – Teodora Jevtić
Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Teodora studied in Belgium, Australia and Italy and graduated from both Scuola Politecnica di Design, Milan and the College of Advertising & Design, Brussels.
Teodora has experience working with several architectural companies in Belgium, Serbia and Italy where she most recently worked under Naohiko Mitsui at Triumph Design and Consulting in Milan after completing her Masters Degree in Industrial Design.
Her projects span a range of disciplines from interior and space architecture to furniture, product and industrial design. Beginning with understanding the key elements including culture, climate, materials and target market Teodora begins the process of developing real, functional and aesthetic propositions.
Using her passion for creativity Teodora manages to combine materials and technologies with functionality and formal simplicity. By adding invisible qualities of the space such as light, contact with nature, and utilizing raw materials, this helps to bring the project to life.
WHAT WE DO?
INDUSTRIAL / PRODUCT / FURNITURE /
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT /
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE /
PROJECT MANAGEMENT /
ARCHITECTURAL & DESIGN
The substance of her work for projects in the field of industrial and furniture design, characterizes minimalism and functional solutions.
Product Design, Furniture Design, & Industrial Design
Her approach follows simplicity and minimalism combined with physical interaction. The relationship between the user and the object set in a particular environment influences her creative thinking. She designs by analyzing wants and needs and seeks inspiration from art, fashion photo ... Focusing on quality, exquisite designs, she is looking for a way to make our lives more interesting.
In a creative and artistic approach each project in interior architecture and design has its own unique and personal story. When designing interior architecture, she focuses on the ‘design’ of the relationship between space and people. Through her ideas she is trying to please people who live in these spaces, and create something that is unique for them. Through her interior architect projects, she shows the process of transforming the spaces from the very beginning of creation to the final layout. This process is followed by the communication of ideas, starting from sketches to models, drawings and finishing touches.
Each project receives the appropriate form depending on the location, social demands, environment, and similar functions.