|Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter / Research assistant|
Zorica Medo received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture from the University of Belgrade. She then worked in several international architectural offices in Serbia, Brazil, Qatar, and Germany. Her work has been exhibited at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade, and the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (Iaac) in Barcelona. She has taught at the Laboratory for Integrative Architecture (LIA) at the Technical University of Berlin and at the University of Belgrade, where she was an associate researcher at the research project "Housing Developments in Serbia in the Context of Globalization and Integration". Zorica is currently working on her PhD thesis "Socio-Aesthetics of Porosity: Porous Spaces in Collective Housing" at the LIA and the Department of Architectural Theory at the TU Berlin, with the KAS Scholarship and the Scholarship for Young Scholars (PAS) of the TU Berlin. Her research explores the relationship between architecture and social life using the example of collective housing spaces based on the notion of "porosity".