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Nina Mia Čikeš, mag.ing.arch.urb.

Zagreb, Croatia
Nina Mia Čikeš graduated in 2012 with an MA in Architecture and Urban Planning. She was the recipient of multiple scholarships and awards during her time at university, which was largely devoted to the multidisciplinary research exploring the concepts of sustainable revitalization and re-identification of sites that have undergone intensive industrialization.

Re-Identification:


| metabolic processes of the area affected with the strong industrialization

Re-Identification:


| metabolic processes of the area affected with the strong industrialization
Re-identification is the process where the area is matched with its true user.

Idea is conceived as the multidisciplinary research of the concepts of sustainable revitalization and reidentification of a sites that have undergone intensive industrialization. The final outcome should be the result of applied research and envisaged as a self-sustainable system based on economical, architectural, mechanical and engineer products combining these elements: system, process, product, metabolism, consumerism and the user.


˝Climate change is destroying our path to sustainability. Ours is a world of looming challenges and increasingly limited resources. Sustainable development offers the best chance to adjust our course.˝ Ban Ki-moon

Re-Identification:


| metabolic processes of the area affected with the strong industrialization

Re-Identification:


| metabolic processes of the area affected with the strong industrialization
Re-identification is the process where the area is matched with its true user.

Idea is conceived as the multidisciplinary research of the concepts of sustainable revitalization and reidentification of a sites that have undergone intensive industrialization. The final outcome should be the result of applied research and envisaged as a self-sustainable system based on economical, architectural, mechanical and engineer products combining these elements: system, process, product, metabolism, consumerism and the user.


˝Climate change is destroying our path to sustainability. Ours is a world of looming challenges and increasingly limited resources. Sustainable development offers the best chance to adjust our course.˝ Ban Ki-moon


Idea by

Nina Mia Čikeš, mag.ing.arch.urb.
Zagreb
Croatia
Nina Mia Čikeš graduated in 2012 with an MA in Architecture and Urban Planning. She was the recipient of multiple scholarships and awards during her time at university, which was largely devoted to the multidisciplinary research exploring the concepts of sustainable revitalization and re-identification of sites that have undergone intensive industrialization.