Milos Dimcic

Milos Dimcic graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade, in 2006. He continued his
studies in Stuttgart, Germany, where he finished his PhD in 2011, under the guidance of Prof. Dr.-
Ing. Jan Knippers. During the studies he also worked at the Knippers Helbig office in Stuttgart. He
has more than 10 years of experience in combining architecture, structural engineering and
programming. Since 2007 he has been developing automation methods used in some of the world’s
famous large scale projects. In 2009 he programmed the largest parametrically generated facade and
structure in the world. In 2011 he founded Programming Architecture and he has being developing
different types of software (including free plug-ins) for diverse and interesting projects all around
the world. Some of the projects he contributed to since 2007 are: Bao’an Airport – Shenzhen, China
(M.Fuksas), EXPO Axis – Shanghai, China (SBA Architects), Institute of Peace – Washington
D.C, USA (Moshe Safdie), KAPSARC Research Center – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (Zaha Hadid),
Crystal Hall – Baku, Azerbaijan (GMP), Schüco Parametric Façade, Bloomberg London, and many
others.