Erlend Blakstad Haffner, Architect Erlend Blakstad Haffner is an optimistic architect who is engaged with building design, development strategies, cooperative design, mobilization processes, teaching and television production. He was a project manager and responsible architect for Utøya memorial, the building of a new youth camp. He was a co-founder and “chief eternal optimist” of Fantastic Norway from 2003 to 2013. 

Erlend Blakstad Haffner, Architect

Erlend Blakstad Haffner is an optimistic architect who is engaged with building design, development strategies, cooperative design, mobilization processes, teaching and television production. He was a project manager and responsible architect for Utøya memorial, the building of a new youth camp. He was a co-founder and “chief eternal optimist” of Fantastic Norway from 2003 to 2013. 

Bjørn Cappelen, Architect Bjørn Cappelen graduated from NTH in 1973 in Trondheim, Norway, Since 2007 he has been project leader at the University of Oslo. During his long career, he has been project manager and architect in charge for various companies, such as IT-Fornebu Eiendom AS,MNAL Trondheim, Telenor Fornebuprosjektet.

Bjørn Cappelen, Architect

Bjørn Cappelen graduated from NTH in 1973 in Trondheim, Norway, Since 2007 he has been project leader at the University of Oslo. During his long career, he has been project manager and architect in charge for various companies, such as IT-Fornebu Eiendom AS,MNAL Trondheim, Telenor Fornebuprosjektet.

Ketil Moe, Architect Ketil is a well known civil architect who has been working with both residential design, research and education facilities, administration and culture buildings, churches, monasteries, etc. He has also worked on urban development and regulatory issues, project management, performance development and quality assurance systems for the architectural industry, investigations and assessments related to legislation. He was president of the Norwegian Association of Architects and Chairman of the Foundation of the Architecture Museum.

Ketil Moe, Architect

Ketil is a well known civil architect who has been working with both residential design, research and education facilities, administration and culture buildings, churches, monasteries, etc. He has also worked on urban development and regulatory issues, project management, performance development and quality assurance systems for the architectural industry, investigations and assessments related to legislation. He was president of the Norwegian Association of Architects and Chairman of the Foundation of the Architecture Museum.

Vladimir Cvejic, Architect Vladimir Cvejic is an architect/CG architect, graduated at the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade University in 2006. He is a member of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers since 2009. For the past 10 years has Vladimir worked on different type of projects and competitions, as part of a team and independently.

Vladimir Cvejic, Architect

Vladimir Cvejic is an architect/CG architect, graduated at the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade University in 2006. He is a member of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers since 2009. For the past 10 years has Vladimir worked on different type of projects and competitions, as part of a team and independently.

Ivana Barandovski, Architect Ivana Barandovski graduated from the Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade in 2010, with the Master degree. During the studies she has been engaged as a demonstrator at Belgrade University of Architecture and in research work. Until July 2013 she has been working as a full time lecturer at the Polis University, Faculty of Architecture in Tirana, Albania.

Ivana Barandovski, Architect

Ivana Barandovski graduated from the Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade in 2010, with the Master degree. During the studies she has been engaged as a demonstrator at Belgrade University of Architecture and in research work. Until July 2013 she has been working as a full time lecturer at the Polis University, Faculty of Architecture in Tirana, Albania.

Branko Belacevic, Architect Branko Belacevic is an architect and researcher, a PhD candidate in Architecture Faculty University of Belgrade, where he has worked as assistant associate. In period of 2011-2013 he was holding a position of a full time lecturer and Head of Research Department in Architecture at Polis University in Tirana.

Branko Belacevic, Architect

Branko Belacevic is an architect and researcher, a PhD candidate in Architecture Faculty University of Belgrade, where he has worked as assistant associate. In period of 2011-2013 he was holding a position of a full time lecturer and Head of Research Department in Architecture at Polis University in Tirana.

Jelena Mitrovic, Architect Jelena Mitrovic graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade in 2007. Since 2015, she is the PhD candidate, and from 2009 to 2015 she has been employed as a teaching assistant at the Department of Architecture. She participated in international conferences and published several papers in international journals and publications

Jelena Mitrovic, Architect

Jelena Mitrovic graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade in 2007. Since 2015, she is the PhD candidate, and from 2009 to 2015 she has been employed as a teaching assistant at the Department of Architecture. She participated in international conferences and published several papers in international journals and publications

Petar Stelkic, Architect Petar Stelkic is an architect, graduated from Architecture Faculty, University of Belgrade. He worked in several architectural offices in Belgrade and he spent two years in architectural office C-BA, Conrad – Bercah Architects, based in Milan, Italy. He participated in more than 15 international competitions where he won two first prizes.

Petar Stelkic, Architect

Petar Stelkic is an architect, graduated from Architecture Faculty, University of Belgrade. He worked in several architectural offices in Belgrade and he spent two years in architectural office C-BA, Conrad – Bercah Architects, based in Milan, Italy. He participated in more than 15 international competitions where he won two first prizes.

Igor Sjeverac, Architect Igor Sjeverac is an architect; he completed his Master academic studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 2014. At the same university, he works as a teaching assistant since 2012, both at Bachelor and Master Programs.  He is an active participant in architecture and design competitions, and has also participated in several international architecture and design exhibitions in Europe and Serbia

Igor Sjeverac, Architect

Igor Sjeverac is an architect; he completed his Master academic studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 2014. At the same university, he works as a teaching assistant since 2012, both at Bachelor and Master Programs.  He is an active participant in architecture and design competitions, and has also participated in several international architecture and design exhibitions in Europe and Serbia

Stefan Vasic, Architect Stefan Vasic completed his Bachelor and Master academic studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. At the same university, he works as a teaching assistant at Bachelor and Master Programs. In 2014 he went on a three month professional training in China, where he was engaged in architectural design and interior design.  

Stefan Vasic, Architect

Stefan Vasic completed his Bachelor and Master academic studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. At the same university, he works as a teaching assistant at Bachelor and Master Programs. In 2014 he went on a three month professional training in China, where he was engaged in architectural design and interior design.