Andrea Tamas Dacic is an architect with versatile background in architectural design, interior design and theoretical work in the field of contemporary architecture. She started her professional carrier in an award winning architectural office in Novi Sad – working for almost 8 years on projects of various typology from concept developing throughout final construction. She gained international practice while working in USA, New York in 2008/2009, collaborating in large scale architectural projects and competition proposals. Before starting her independent venture arcHeA . holistic architecture in 2013, she spent two years in an architecture firm that excels in interior design.
Besides her engagement in architectural practice, she is conducting research for PhD thesis and collaborates as a teaching assistant/demonstrator for the subject Contemporary architecture – at the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning – Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad.
arcHeA . holistic architecture emerged from the idea of bringing together knowledge of architectural practice and research with individually suited design for the clients. Based on interdisciplinary objectives, it also represents a network that connects creative individuals in the fields of architecture, design, web-design, non-formal education, culture and art, research and social engagement, with common strive to design healthy environment in the broadest sense imaginable.