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Ivan Rupnik

Ivan Rupnik holds a BArch from Louisiana State University and Master of Architecture with distinction from Harvard GSD.  From 2005 until 2007, Ivan was the Principal Instructor of the Architectural Program of Harvard GSD’s Career Discovery program, and from 2005 to 2006 he was an Assistant Professor at Syracuse University’s School of Architecture.

Ivan is the coauthor of Project Zagreb: Transition as Condition, Strategy, Practice (Actar, 2007), the author of A Peripheral Moment: Experiments in Architectural Agency (Actar, 2010), and is also editing “Home Work: Contemporary Housing Delivery Systems” (2011). Since 2007, Ivan has served as an urban design and planning consultant to the University of Zagreb’s Spatial Planning and Development Office.




  • Ph.D., Architecture, Harvard University
  • M.Arch., Post Professional Degree in Architecture Design, Harvard University
  • B.Arch., Louisiana State University

Courses Taught

  • ARCH1000: Intro to Architecture
  • ARCH1120: Fundamental Design
  • ARCH5310: Design Tactics and Operation
  • ARCH6330: Seminar in Modern Architecture
  • ARCH7130: Masters Research Studio
  • ARCH7140: Masters Design Studio

Supervised Graduate Research