Neven Mikac Fuchs is an architect based in Oslo, professor emeritus at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design. He is a graduate of FA University of Zagreb. Last ten years Neven Mikac Fuchs was leading the master studio in architecture ‘Space & Technique’ at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, concerned with the exploring ideas about architectonic space. He practiced at Aalto’s office in Helsinki and was a member of International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design under the direction of Gian Carlo de Carlo and Team 10, in Urbino and Siena. In 1983 he moved to Oslo, as teaching assistant to Prof Sverre Fehn at The Oslo School of Architecture. After the 1st prize in Japanese LIXIL competition in 2015, he built Inverted House with Raphael Zuber and AHO team.


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Stefano Graziani is a photographer that studied architecture at the IUAV University in Venice. Stefano currently teaches photography at IUAV University in Venice as well as at the Free University of Bolzano.  Active at the crossrad between photography, art, and architecture, Stefano Graziani contributes with an unconventional voice to the contemporary artistic discourse. His work has been exhibited internationally by institutions such as Fondazione Prada in Milan, the Venice Architecture Bienniale, the Chicago Biennale or the European Art Biennial Manifesta and extensively published, among others: Questioning Pictures, with texts by Francesco Zanotto and Giovanna Borasi, Fondazione Prada, Milano, 2017, Nature Morte, Fictions and Excerpts, with texts by Pierpaolo Tamburelli and Nanni Cagnone. Galleria Mazzoli, Modena 2016, Fruits and Fireworks, with texts by Francesco Garutti, a+m bookstore 2016. Public and private collections such as CCA Montreal, Fondazione Prada in Milan, Maxxi in Rome, Fondazione Fotografia in Modena have acquired his work. He often collaborates with architectural offices, like Baukuh, Christ & Gantenbein, Office KGDVS, PioveneFabi, Studio Mumbai, 51N4E.


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Aleksandra Ognjanov is an architect currently working as a teaching assistant and researcher at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. She holds Master degrees from the School of Architecture in Oslo and FA University of Belgrade. She was involved in teaching at bachelor level studio courses during her studies in Belgrade. She worked at the office of Valerio Olgiati in Switzerland.