Randić, Saša, Autor
Rusan Andrija was born in Zagreb in 1957. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb in 1980, where he worked until 1984. as a research associate. Since 1986. Rusan has been working as a freelance architect and runs his own studio Rusan architecture. He participated in the IBA (Internationale Bauausstellung) in 1987. in Berlin as the author of the exhibition "Zagreb, ah Zagreb." He is an author of the exhibition of architectural sketches ORIS idea, and one of the authors of the exhibition Continuity of Modernity - Fragments of Croatian Architecture from Modernism to 2010 that was presented in Vienna, Bucharest, Skopje, Novi Sad, Amsterdam, Pécs, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Barcelona, Madrid, Pamplona, River, Kotor. Together with Vedran Mimica and Maroj Mrduljaš he writes the book Contemporary Croatian Architecture - testing reality. In the 80’s and 90’s of the last century he worked as editor in the Association of Croatian Architects' journals “Man and Space” and “Architecture”. Since 1998. Rusan has been publisher and editor of Oris. For scientifc, journalistic, critical and theoretical work in the feld of architecture, Oris was awarded two times by the Association of Croatian Architects with Neven Šegvic prize. Andrija Rusan won the prize "Drago Galic from Association of Croatian Architects for the best residential architecture in 1997, award for Dedalo Minosse Lumenart house in Pula, in 2007. In 2006 he was a Commissioner of Croatian presentation at the 10th International architecture exhibition in Venice. Along with the publishing and exhibiting activities, he designed and carried out a series of interiors, family houses, villas and commercial buildings and public facilities. His works were included in the Phaidon Atlas of 21st World Architecture and Atlas Global Architecture circa 2000 (Fundación BBVA) and NANO Materialien book by author Sylvia Leydecker (Birkhäuser). His architectural works have been published in series of books and magazines both in Croatia and abroad. Also, he held a series of lectures about his work and activities of the Association of ORIS - house of architecture.