Zivkovic Joins Architecture Faculty
The Department of Architecture has hired Sasa Zivkovic as an assistant professor on a tenure track, starting July 1. Zivkovic has been a visiting critic in the department since 2014, and is the coprincipal of HANNAH, an architectural practice based in the U.S. and Germany, that focuses on advancing 3D printing and other automated manufacturing techniques in collaboration with the high-tech building industry.
Zivkovic's academic research focuses on digital fabrication, archaic form, and post-digital practice in the Anthropocene period.
Zivkovic pursued his graduate studies at MIT where he was the recipient of the AIA Certificate of Merit and a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Prior to MIT, Zivkovic studied architecture and city planning at Stuttgart University where he was awarded a fellowship from the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes) from 2007–12. He has contributed to the Cornell Journal of Architecture and exhibited at the 2015 ACADIA conference. His firm, HANNAH, was an Outpost Research Office for the U.S. Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale.