Đorđe Alfirević

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Đorđe Alfirević
Djordje Alfirevic Alf.jpg
Born (1976-04-18) 18 April 1976 (age 41)
Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality Serbian
Other names Alf
Occupation Architect
Awards Annual Award of ULUPUDS for 2012; Award of Borba Daily Newspaper for the best student project in 2000; Belgrade University Award for best research project in 2000.
Website alfirevic.com

Djordje Alfirevic (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђорђе Алфиревић; born 18 April 1976) is Serbian architect, artist and researcher. He was born in Belgrade, on 18 April 1976. He completed Elementary and High school in Zemun. He gained Diploma in Architecture in 2002 from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. Master in Science degree of Architecture and Urbanism he earned in 2010 from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree of Architecture and Urbanism he earned in 2015 from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture. The status of independent (freelance) artist and membership in the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia (ULUPUDS) he gained in 2011. After that, he established an independent architectural practice – Studio Alfirevic. In addition to architecture, he is actively engaged in painting, research and education in the arts. His artwork is exhibited in several group and couple of solo exhibitions. He is a founder and a board member of Center for Housing CS with Mihailo Čanak in Belgrade.

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