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Christina Serifi

Berlin, Germany

Christina Serifi is an architect, researcher and urbanist. She isalso co-founder of TiriLab (Future Architecture Platform Fellow) an initiative which explores multi cultural heritage related to techniques, technologies and culture specifics from communities in northern Greece. Christina is..

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forty-five-degrees

Berlin, Germany
est. 2019, Berlin

45° is an architecture and urban design practice dedicated to the critical making of collective space. 45° North: the watershed between the Mediterranean of our idealism and the Northern seas of our pragmatism, an arbitrary border that thousands of migrants dream and attempt to cross. 45° C: the..

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Andrej Strehovec

Slovenia
born 1978, Slovenia

Andrej Strehovec (1978, Slovenia) is an architect, critic, independent custos, international selector, juror, theorist, intermedia designer, scenographer. He graduated at the Faculty for Architecture at the University of Ljubljana. As an architectural critic, he has been publishing in the field..

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Vittorio Gregotti

Milan, Italy
born 1927, Novara

Vittorio Gregotti was an Italian architect, born in Novara. In 1974 he founded the Gregotti Associati studio in Milan with Pierluigi Cerri, Pierluigi Nicolin, Hiromichi Matsui and Bruno Viganò. They designed several important buildings, such as the Barcelona Olympic Stadium, the Cultural Centre..

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Miodrag Živković

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1928, Leskovac

Miodrag Živković was a Serbian sculptor, most known for his work on memorial complexes throughout the Former Yugoslavia. Born and raised in the small southern Serbian town of Leskovac, at the age of 16, Živković and his family moved to Belgrade directly after the liberation of Serbia from Axis..

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Michael Sorkin

New York, USA
born 1948, Washington D.C.

Michael Sorkin (August 2, 1948 – March 26, 2020) was perhaps the most important urbanist and architectural thinker in the world today. As a writer and critic, and as author of hundreds of influential essays on wide ranging themes, he has been a tremendous force in the ethics and practice of..

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Spasoje Krunić

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1939, Nikšić

Spasoje Krunić was born on the 23rd of October in 1939 in Nikšić, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. He lived and worked in Belgrade in the conditions of socialist Yugoslavia and today's Serbia. He was influenced by the modernist architectural movement, especially the architects Louis I Kahn, Frank Lloyd..

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Bogdan Bogdanović

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1922, Belgrade

Bogdan Bogdanović (20 August 1922 − 18 June 2010) was a Serbian architect, urbanist and essayist. He taught architecture at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture, where he also served as dean. Bogdanović wrote numerous articles about urbanism, especially about its mythic and symbolic..

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