On Tuesday 11 April 2017 at 7 pm, in Oris House of Architecture and Design, architect Neven Mikac Fuchs will deliver a lecture about the Inverted House, a joint project of Oslo School of Architecture and architectural studio Kengo Kuma & Associates.
In April of 2015, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design was awarded the first prize in an architectural competition hosted by LIXIL JS Foundation, with an atypical theme: House for Enjoying the Harsh Cold. The outcome, a small guest house in the wilderness of Hokkaido, seeks an intrinsic sustainability. By subtly controlling its architectonic environment, it maximizes efficiency and performance of architectural elements.
Neven Fuchs Mikac
Architect and a member of National Association of Norwegian Architects and associate professor at Faculty of Architecture and Design in Oslo. After graduating civil engineering from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb in 1973, he graduated the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb in 1975. He was Assistant to Professors Mladen Vodička and Aleksandar Dragomanovic at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb from 1976 to 1983. Research Grant for the work on Finnish modern architecture, Museum of Finish Architecture and the practice at Alvar Aalto Office in Helsinki, from 1977 to 1978. Working member of ILAUD (International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design) under Carlo de Carlo, Peter Smithson and Aldo van Eyck in Urbino and Siena from 1979 to 1982. Assistant to Professor Sverre Fehn at the Oslo School of Architecture (AHO) from 1983 to 1994. Assistant Professor at Architectural Design 3 at AHO from 1994 to 2008. Associate professor at AHO from 2008, leading the Master Studio for Contemporary Architectural Project. Established his own architectural office, ONE in Oslo in 1998.Guest teacher, lecturer and critic at various international architectural schools.