Miloš Kosec is an architect, editor and publicist living and working in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Ljubljana University with the Master's thesis »Ruin as an Architectural Object«, which was published as a book in 2013. Miloš completed his PhD in 2019 at Birkbeck College, University of London, with a thesis »Passivism: Activism and Passivity in Contemporary Architecture«. He is researching, exhibiting, writing and publishing articles in professional and academic publications, focusing primarily on architecture, architectural history, political and social aspects of architectural design. Together with the Outsider magazine editorial board, he was one of the recipients of Plečnik medal for contributions to architectural culture in 2017. Miloš is also a practicing architect and landscape designer with a number of landscape realizations. In 2018, he was one of the authors of the Slovene pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennial. He is a member of the editorial board of Outsider Magazine. He is also a member and a researcher of the international art and research project Nonument and is a frequent participant in international architecture conferences and events.
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