Anamarija’s work spans the disciplines of architecture, industrial design, furniture, graphics, and art. She believes in high-quality housing for everyone, and has practiced this belief around the globe, having worked on housing projects in Canada, the United States, Singapore, Serbia, Indonesia, and China. Her work-live housing proposal for Inuit populations in Iqaluit, Nunavut, developed with Leon Lai, was chosen to exhibit with Team Canada at the 2014 Venice Biennale in Architecture (curated by Rem Koolhaas) as part of Arctic Adaptations with Lateral Office. She teaches at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University, and served as a guest critic at Waterloo University and Cologne University of Applied Sciences. Anamarija holds a Master of Architecture (MArch) with honours from the University of Toronto. As a founder of Svima Inc, she has led residential and design projects with diverse stakeholders. Recurring aesthetic motifs in her work include expressive forms, curvature, digital expression, ethereal colours, futurism, and the sublime. Her work is optimistic about the possibilities of tomorrow.