Jure has been drawing as far back as he can remember. As a kid, he used to draw on any available surface, often coming back home with doodles all over his arms and legs. Later on, he began experimenting with all the drawing techniques, tattoos, and prints. While attending the first grade of mathematical grammar school, he realized that architecture unites his two talents: drawing and visuality, on one hand, mathematics, and exactness on the other hand. And that was when he bought his first book on architecture. His architectural heroes are Cedric Price, Buckminster Fuller, Lacaton & Vassal. He also admires the work by famous Dutch graffiti artist Does, the way the latter unites shapes and colors, along with the innovative base treatment. Jure is a fan of Star Trek, Tarantino, Stranger Things, and Peter Pan. In a little spare time, he can find, he’s Play Station. Once active in American football, he’s now into half-marathon and CrossFit. Jure is a staunch adherent of precision and métier, prone to self-criticism and destroying his own bad drawings and designs. His future plans include studying the spheres of parametric architecture, robotics and applied mathematics in architecture.