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In 1969 Jozip Broz a.k.a.Tito and Bob Guccione, owner of the Penthouse Magazine, met on Titos private archipelago “Brioni”. They drove around these sub-tropical islands with the pink cadillac convertible, which Tito got as a a present by J.F. Kennedy. Between the exotic aninals like giraffees, lions, elephants, gazellas and others they spent a great time. Later in the evening, after some bottles of excellent rakija, they spoke about common future plans. Guccione admired the splendid atmosphere and the beauty of the yugoslav mediterrenean coast. There was only missing a casino, So they came to the idea to build the first one in the communistic world. They both agreed on a never written contract. It stated, that Tito will build a bridge to the island of Krk and an international airport, while Guccione´s part was the erection of a casino-hotel plus the delivery of enough female pets. What first looked like a weird fantasy became later reality in the complex of “Haludovo” with it´s central 5-stars luxury “Hotel Palace” in a Ken Adam like set-up design for a “James Bond” film. They both finished the day with a last bottle of rakija and woke up the next morning with a hang-over.
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born in Berlin, graduated in 1983 in Architecture (Dipl.-Ing.) at the Technical University of Berlin. Languages: German, English, Serbo-Croatian, Portuguese Member of the Architects Chambers of Berlin No. 07115
began partnership with Pedro Moreira as Nedelykov Moreira Architekten in 1998
1995-98 collaboration with Pedro Moreira and Carsten Granz as NGM Architekten, Berlin, 1990 started own architectural office in Berlin, 1983-90 collaborative Work in the office of Prof. Dr. Nedelykov, Berlin; Artec Consultants, New York City, and others
2011-present Director UIA-workprogramm Heritage Region 1, Europe
2005-present Council Member of the International Union of Architects (UIA)
2001-2007 Vice-President of the National Chamber of Architects (Bundesarchitektenkammer BAK)
2000-2002 Member of the Executive Board of the Architects Council of Europe, ACE, in Bruxelles
1999-2005 Vice-President of the Architects Chamber of Berlin (AKB)
2000-2003 Member of Womens-Council for Urban Planning for the Berlin district Tempelhof-Schöneberg
1999-2007 Co-Founder of the workprograms “Heritage” and “Architecture and Children” in the AKB
Publications, Lectures and moderations in Germany, the US, China, Croatia, Brasil, Spain, UAE, Lebanon a.o.
Jury member (selection)
2011 9. International Architekturbiennale São Paulo, „Baukultur made in Germany“, (BMVBS-BAK-BIngK)
2011 UIA Architecture & Children Golden Cubes Award, German selection
2008 Ohrenstrand Mobil 08 – Temporäry Architecture for New Music
2007 8. Internationale Architekturbiennale von São Paulo, Vorauswahl Kurator des Deutschen Beitrags (BMVBS-BAK)
2007 Hans-Heinrich-Müller-Preis / Vattenfall Award,
2007, 7. Internationale Architekturbiennale von São Paulo, Competition of Architectural faculties
2006 1. Photovoltaic-Award(BMU/BAK)
2006 UIA-Celebration of Cities Competition, European selection
2003 Innovationaward Architectur und Technic
2002 bis 2006 Mies van der Rohe Award, German selection
2002 Taut Preis,
2000 1. Bauhaus-Award 2000 (Stiftung Bauhaus-Dessau),
1999 Deutscher Fassadenpreis,
1994 Deutsche Bank Zentrale in Potsdam
born in 1965 in São Paulo, graduated in Architecture and Urbanism at the FAU-USP 1987, upgraded to Dipl.-Ing. at the Technical University of Berlin in 2003
Languages: Portuguese, German, English, Spanish Member of the Architects Chamber Berlin and São Paulo, CREA and of do.co.momo Germany
began partnership with Nina Nedelykov as Nedelykov Moreira Architekten in 1998
1995-98 collaboration with Nina Nedelykov and Carsten Granz as NGM Architekten, Berlin, 1992-95 worked for Novotny Mähner, Berlin 1989-91 for The Halpern Partnership, London, 1985-89 for architectural offices in São Paulo
Publications / Lectures
Lectures in Universities in Germany (TU-Berlin, FU-Berlin, Uni Leipzig, TU-Braunschweig, HafenCity Universität Hamburg), in Brazil (FAU-USP, FAU-Mackenzie, FAU-PUCCAMP, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Universidade Federal de Salvador a.o.) in the United Arab Emirates (American University of Sharja), at Architects Chambers and Architects Assotiations (Architektenkammer Berlin, Colegio Arquitetos de las Islas Canarias, Bund Deutscher Baumeister, Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten, IAB-BA u.a.).
Numerous essays and articles about Architectural History, Contemporary Architecture and Urbanism in Brazil, Germany, Argentina a.o.. Correspondent of the brasilian magazine Oculum (PUCCAMP) and the Internet-portal Vitruvius-Arquitextos (SP).
2009-2010 Advisor of the IBA-Hamburg for the german contribution to the 8th International Architectural Biennial of São Paulo. Concept and Realization of the international Workshop “City for all” with venues in São Paulo and Hamburg
2001-2003 Supervisor for international projects at the Bauhaus-Dessau-Foundation, in projects in Brasil (Favela Jacarezinho, Rio de Janeiro) and Ethiopia (Comments to the Addis Abeba Masterplan and Redevelopment of the Merkato area)
1998 Juror in the Competiion „Licht im Städtebau“ (Light in Urban Design) promoted by the Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Hellersdorf mbH, Berlin
1994-1996 Advisor for the Brasilian Embassy in Germany regarding the Embassy´s transfer from Bonn to Berlin