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Suncica Milosevic (she/her)

Associate Instructor




ARCH 3213 Intensive Survey of Architectural History 

ARCH 6213 Intensive Survey of Architectural History 


Suncica (Sunny) Milosevic has 10 years of experience working in large- and small-scale architectural design firms in Chicago (Solomon Cordwell Buenz, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill, Hirsch MPG, and Perkins and Will), where she worked on numerous typologies of both new construction and retrofit buildings, including mixed-use/residential high rises, hospitality, k-12 / high education, and senior housing facilities. She is currently working on her PhD. Her research focuses on sustainable and energy-efficient retrofits of historically significant existing buildings. Her passion for academia stems from her interests in researching methods that can contribute to continued and sustainable function and resilience of neglected, yet historically significant buildings and urban plans. She specifically focuses on different typologies of Brutalist style buildings and urban centers of the former Yugoslavia that are neglected and under threat of unregulated degradation or demolition due to their rapid privatization and disassociation with the former, yet deeply embedded socialist ideology in their design and organization.