Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons Class 1)
Iva Durakovic is an interior architect with over 10 years Industry experience working on a wide range of high-profile award winning workplace design projects. She holds a Bachelor of Interior Architecture Hons (Class 1) from the University of New South Wales where she is currently Lecturer in the Interior Architecture program at the School of Built Environment. Her research focuses on the behavioural impacts of workplace design, both from perspectives of physical and experiential performance, with the aim to develop more effective measures of productivity factors, particularly within tertiary education workplace contexts.
2021 Alastair Swayn Foundation Strategic Research Grant
The Future of Work - Industry partnership with Davenport Campbell. A longitudinal generative study of workplace evolution from the future workforce. Embedded work-integrated learning pathway through the design studio
Evaluating how we work during COVID-19 - https://msd.unimelb.edu.au/she/research/evaluating-how-we-work-during-covid-19
Collaborate Cambodia: Creating authentic transcultural learning through multi stakeholder engagement in international studios and placements towards building better career-ready graduates.
Scaffolded, simulated work-integrated learning in design education - https://www.ijwil.org/