Final meeting due on Tuesday Dec.13th 2016 at the FGAG Split to define all aspects of collaboration with Penn State University. HNJ will be acting as the head of the FGAG steering commitee and coordinate all activities in the US and Split. Presentation of the workshop topics will be held on May 18-19 in America. HNJ will be off to the States on May17.
There are plans to be made, there are bags to be packed, there are planes to be flown, there is life to be shared... Hurray!
HNJ at the 2017 edition of MCH - "Show your Disney Side"
Hrvoje Njiric will pursue his regular annual appointment at the ETSAM Madrid. The Master of Architecture in Collective Housing (MCH) is a postgraduate full-time international professional program of advanced architecture design in cities and housing presented by Universidad Politécnica of Madrid (UPM) and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH). This 9th edition of Master in Collective Housing course is concentrated on new issues in domestic domain. The title of the Njiric Unit is "Show your Disney Side". The post-graduates will have to figure out solutions for disneyfied environments and sustainability. HNJ will be in Madrid on July 16-22. More info on http//www.mchmaster.com/
HNJ is appointed Jacquelin T. Robertson Visiting Professor at the University of Virginia for the Spring 2016, beggining January 17th. He will direct and act as an all-school critic of the 5th edition of the VORTEX workshop, an ambitious experiment in an all-school design workshop involving the University of Virginia School of Architecture through its four departments: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban and Environmental Planning, and Architectural History. The Vortex is a much-anticipated annual event, unique among American schools of design. The 2016 Vortex brings together the University and the Charlottesville community to explore timely design issues that are both place and topic specific. As a collaborative and interdisciplinary activity, nearly 300 students from the second year undergraduate to the graduate level are involved in thirty interdisciplinary teams. Public officials and community leaders inform and participate in reviewing the work of the teams as part of the process. Alumni and local design practitioners also share their experience with critiques of student work and participate in the public presentations and critiques. The Vortex has two goals: to engage students and faculty in the experience of working together in a design team to change and improve the physical environment without disciplinary boundaries; and to engage with the place where we live while developing a critical approach that refuses to accept the “status quo” of ideas and spaces that may have other potentials.Check out the details at http://www.arch.virginia.edu/events/2016-vortex-v-keynote-lecture-robertson-visiting-professor-hrvoje-njiric