Lecture: Hrvoje Njiric
Expanding on the issues raised by the Typology Redoux Conference, Northeastern University’s School of Architecture will host a lecture by Hrvoje Njiric, founding partner of njiric+ architects. Njiric’s work frequently operates on at least two levels, at the specific condition of site and program and at the level of proto-type. The lecture will be followed by a moderated discussion on the topic of contemporary design practice and architectural type, where Hrvoje will be joined by Tim Love, Amanda Reeser Lawrence, and Ivan Rupnik.
njiric+ arhitekti was founded by Hrvoje Njiric in 2001 and is based in Zagreb, Croatia. Hrvoje Njiric gained acknowledgment in the 90′s with projects developed by the former njiric+njiric partnership. The schemes for Europan (3 first prizes) and the Slovenian projects for Baumaxx and McDonald’s were widely published and awarded, including a monograph in the prestigious El Croquis magazine series. Hrvoje Njiric was the professor and head of the Institute for Architectural Typologies and Housing at the TU Graz, and guest professor at the Arkitektskolen Aarhus, Denmark, Facolta d’Architettura di Trieste, Italy, a regular visiting professor at the ETSAM Madrid, and a regular professor at the GAF Split, Croatia.