Lecture: Sasa Randic

Sasa Randic founded Randic-Turato Architects with Idis Turato in 1993. The work of the office has been recognized for its characteristic response to the challenges of the transitional Croatian environment.Their work was awarded with Croatian Viktor Kovačić Award for the extension of the Technical Faculty in Rijeka in 2004, they received Slovenian Piranesi Award for the Elementary School in Krk in 2005 and the Croatian state prize Vladimir Nazor in 2006. The same building has been included in the selection of the 2007 Mies van der Rohe EU Prize for Architecture. In 2008 they received the Viktor Kovačić Award for the Pope John Paul II Hall and in 2009 for the DVKF kindergarden in Krk. In 2006 they represented Croatia at the 10th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale.

He graduated from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture (1990). In the following period he joined the Post-graduate Program at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam, where he got his MA in 1992, being among the Institute’s very first generation. From 2003 to 2007 he has been President of the Croatian Architects Association where he initiated an ambitious design competition program through private and public support. At present he teaches at the Split School of Architecture.


Mon, Mar 22, 2010

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