Join Branimir Medic, a Croatian born and Netherlands based architect and partner at de Architekten Cie,  for a lunch time talk to hear him speak about his practice. The office focuses on creating site-specific architectural projects that distance themselves from formal repetition while also speaking to the social and historical context of a place.

The work of Medic and de Architekten Cie finds its roots in the Modern movement of architecture while acknowledging that Modernism as a style or a reason for uniformity is limiting. They believe, rather, that using Modernism as a framework can serve as a foundation for architectural adaptability, discussion, and progress. Medic attended undergraduate studies in Zagreb, Croatia and completed his post-graduate studies at the Amsterdam Berlage Institute where he won the prestigious Prix de Rome in 1995.

The lunch talk is put on by the Parsons School of Constructed Environments.

12 pm – 1 pm
2 West 13th Street, 12th Floor
Sky Room