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Architecture & Art

Mina's work investigates the structures of our reality in a spatial and perceptual way, lifting themes and conventions from architecture into spatial practice and visual art. Her artwork and her practice in architecture are often intertwined disciplines that directly engage with sustainable design and its emotional impact on us as individuals and communities. Mina has worked for award winning architectural offices in London and Berlin, and has won building awards for her built projects and 3D public installations; including “Pea Soup House”, an installation highlighting the risks of urban pollution in London (2016) and “The Observatory” – a rotating artists’ studio which travelled across English rural landscapes, engaging the public with art outside of conventional gallery settings (2014-2016). She began her artistic career with a commendation for ‘Best First Time Exhibitor’ at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London (2013) and has since exhibited internationally between London, Hamburg and Berlin. 


  • December 2023:  “BAAM6” , Notagallery, Berlin , Germany

  • December 2023: “BAAM6 Paper Edition” , POP Ku`Damm, Berlin , Germany

  • October 2023: “HAAM1”, Altona, Hamburg, Germany


  • June 2023: “Line and Colour”, Lite-Haus Galerie,  Berlin, Germany

  • August 2022 : “Open Space Hub”, Mount Jahorina, Bosnia & Herzegovina

  • December 2020: “Curves and Forms “ , Haze Gallery, Berlin, Germany

  • October 2018: ‘Suburban Identities’ Exhibition, RISE Gallery, Croydon, UK

  • September 2018: ‘Londonon El Ejido Exhibition’, Mae Architects, London, UK

  • June 2016:  ‘Constructing Communities’ Exhibition by LFA & RIBA,Peckham Levels, London , UK

  • June 2013-August 2013: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London , UK

  • August 2012: “RIBA Architecture Open Exhibition”, Royal Institute of British Architects, London , UK

  • July 2012 : “Old Cholmeleian Arts and Architecture Exhibition”, Mills Centre, London, UK


  • January 2015 : ‘Art, Architecture and the Observatory’ Exhibition and Talk featuring Niall McLaughlin, Peter Clegg and Alex de Rijke. Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, London, UK

  • June-August 2015 : ‘Art, Architecture and the Observatory’, spudWORKS gallery, Sway , UK

Selected publications

Gospavic, M. (2020). Sketchbook: Mina Gospavic. Architects Journal.

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Berlin Artspark Cover Feature: Jiricna's Right Royal Show, (2013). Architects Journal. 

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Bee Breeders Competitions (2020). Issue 03: Poems of the Modern Day Architect. Hong Kong, China : ARCHHIVE BOOKS

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Field-Lewis, J. (2016). The Anatomy of Sheds: New Buildings from an Old Tradition. London, UK : Pavilion

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Enters, K. (2016). The Observatory : A Space for Art. Wall Street International. [Online] : /

Wood Awards (2015): Small Project Winner. RIBA Journal. [Online] :

Mairs, J. (2015). The Observatory : a mobile charred timber artist’s studio by Feilden Clegg Bradley. Dezeen. [Online] : 

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