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Antonia Dika

Architektin Dipl.Ing.

 

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   253.C44_Großes Entwerfen "Mapping the Croatian Coast" 8.0h [10ECTS]

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     Antonia Dika is a Vienna-based architect, urban planner and researcher.
     She was born in Rijeka, studied architecture in Vienna and Berlin and currently
     holds the position of senior scientist at the University of Art and Design Linz,
     Institute for Space and Design. From 2009 to 2018 she has been part of the City
     of Vienna’s Urban Renewal Office where she has co-initiated several
     interdisciplinary research projects and co-edited the book „Balkanmeile. 24
     Stunden Ottakringer Straße. Lokale Identitäten und globale
     Transformationsprozesse“ (with Barbara Jeitler, Elke Krasny and Amila
     Širbegović).

     Since 2007 Dika has been investigating Cold War military facilities on Adriatic
     islands and currently works on the project “Collective Utopias of Post-War
     Modernism: the Adriatic Coast as a Leisure and Defense Paradise” (funded by the
     Austrian Science Fund, FWF Peek Programme) in cooperation with Anamarija
     Batista (Institute for Art Theory and Cultural Studies, Academy of Fine Arts
     Vienna).

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