Predavanje Mladena Jadrića: Zvjezdani trenutak grada
Pozivamo vas na javno predavanje koje će u četvrtak, 15.12., održati austrijski arhitekt i profesor na TU Wien Mladen Jadrić. Predavanje ‘Zvjezdani trenutak grada’ održat će se u 18:30 u Velikoj predavaonici na Arhitektonskom fakultetu.
The lecture gives an overview of architectural projects that came about in both urban and rural contexts in the Europe and Far East. They are the product of two decades in which Mladen Jadric has taught and worked as an architect in Europe and Asia. In search of new impressions and tasks, he initiated numerous research projects with Chinese, Korean, and Japanese universities and was able to document the far-reaching changes taking place in those Asian urban and rural areas. The projects of his office, JADRIC ARCHITEKTUR, range from a macro- to micro-scale, and some have received international acclaim. Many Asian megacities are currently seeking answers to the imminent post-COVID 19 future and the age known as the Anthropocene. Because migration and increasing density in urban areas are likely to maintain their high pace in the next few decades despite their precarious effects on the environment, it is important to commit oneself to socially relevant architecture, especially in the fast vertically-growing Asian cities. Despite all the cultural differences and geographical distances between Europe and Asia, there is a lot for current and future urban designers to learn and share. The selected projects owe their success to the collaboration of large interdisciplinary and multinational planning teams.
Mladen Jadric, Architect, Ass. Prof. Dr. Techn. Dipl. Ing. TU Wien
Practices and teaches architecture in Vienna, Austria. He is the founder and principal of JADRIC ARCHITEKTUR ZT GmbH with a rich portfolio of architectural and urban design projects, including housing, residences, art installations and experiments with new materials and technologies in Austria, USA, Finland, China and Korea. Since 1997, he has been teaching architectural design at the TU Wien (University of Technology, Vienna), where he attained his doctorate under the mentorship of Will Alsop, and has gained extensive experience as a visiting professor and guest lecturer in Europe, USA, Asia, Australia, and South America. He has exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, UK; the MIT, Cooper Union, and Roger Williams Universities, USA; Alvar Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland; the 2018 Architectural Biennale in Venice, Italy; the World Architectural Triennial in Tokyo, Japan; the Museum of the 20th Century, Berlin, Germany; the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urban Planning, South Korea; the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan, and many more. He is a recipient of the Austrian State Award for Experimental Architecture, Karl Scheffel Preis and Schorsch Preis for housing architecture by the City of Vienna, The Plan Award, the Grand Prize by Mayor of Busan Metropolitan City, the Republic of Korea, to name just a few. He is the chairman of the architectural section in “Künstlerhaus”, the oldest association of artists and architects in Austria. 2018-2022 he has been deputy section chairman of architects with the Chamber of Architects and Engineers of Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland.