Jan 24th 2019

Lecture: Sasa RADULOVIC & Johanna Hurme

Mon, Jan 28, 2019
Morgenstern Visiting Chair Lecture

(5468796 Architecture)

6 p.m. | S. R. Crown Hall, Center Core

Sasa Radulovic and Johanna Hurme co-founded the Winnipeg-based practice 5468796 Architecture in 2007. Their Oz Condominiums project was nominated for the 2016 MCHAP.emerge, and they have been appointed as dual Visiting Morgenstern Chairs at IIT Architecture.

Their firm has achieved Canadian and international recognition, including three Governor General’s Medals in Architecture from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Sasa Radulovic guides the 5468796 office in seeking projects that explore the potential for density, affordability, sustainability achieved through non-traditional means, and a dynamic design approach. Sasa lectures extensively at universities, forums and festivals across Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the University of Manitoba Partners Program, an organization that promotes communication between professionals, industry, educators and students. Sasa has initiated and co-created a number of design related events and programs that serve to improve public appreciation of architecture.

Johanna Hurme is an architect passionate about making the creative sector an integral part of broader culture by spearheading ventures like Table for 12 + 1200, Chair Your Ideaand Design Quarter Winnipeg, which she chairs. Johanna is the immediate past Chair of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Chair of the WCC’s Our Winnipeg Task Force. She has taught design at the University of Manitoba’s FAUM, the University Toronto Daniels Faculty of Architecture, the University of Montreal, and lectures at universities across North America.In 2017, she was inducted as a Fellow of the RAIC and shortlisted for the International Moira Gemmill prize for Emerging Architecture.