Marko Brajovic is an architect and designer graduated at Instituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia (Italy) with a Master Degree in Genetic Architecture (BioDigital) Architecture at UIC and DigitalArts at UPF both in Barcelona (Spain).
In 2005 he founded in Sao Paulo (Brazil) the Atelier Maro Brajovic, awarded multidisciplinary practice inspired by the intelligence and elegance of Nature design, with projects in the area of architecture, urbanism, education, design and creative direction.
Marko Brajovic is also co-director of Architectural Association Visiting School Amazon, founder of the platform Design by Nature and part of the AskNature.org from Biomimicry 3.8.
Actual projects from Atelier Marko Brajovic in the brazilian Amazon rainforest includes the Biofactories (in colaboration with the practice Amazonia 4.0), ecohotel Mirante do Madada, the MuCA science museum, Mamori Comunity Floating Library, AA50 itinerary exhibition and the Rio Negro Community Schools. As well, the exhibition Amphibious – Living between Water and Land in the Amazon, actually on show at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale at Giardini main pavilion.
About the project of Arca House, Further into Nature, you can read in Oris 124+125