After graduating in architecture studies studies in 2010, enrolls a specialized 2-year master programme “MSc in Sustainable Architecture”  at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Norway and subsequently, under NordPlus scholarship, attends one semester at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden.

During his studies at NTNU he collaborated with the Norwegian national Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings – ZEB, for which he published scientific reports. He was also involved, as student-assistant, on a project for an energy-positive house, that is used today by ZEB as a test facility for energy efficient systems and technologies – Living Lab. For his thesis, he works on a topic of influence the energy-saving measures have on occupants’ health and publishes a book “Energy Retrofits of Residential Buildings: impact on architectural quality & occupants’ comfort” in 2014.

He starts professional work in 2012, in architectural offices in Belgrade and Novi Sad, in his home country, Serbia. He was engaged in numerous projects, both as an architect and energy-efficiency advisor. During this period, he privately takes part in architectural competitions where he is several times awarded.

Since 2016, he is a Board member of Association of Novi Sad Architects.