Togetherness/Togetherless. Croatian Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia by Idis Turato

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Team of authors
Ida Križaj Leko, Ivan Dorotić, Morana Matković, Davor Mišković, Maša Poljanec, Leo Kirinčić, Jana Horvat, Renato Stanković.
Comissioner.- Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia – Minister dr. sc. Nina Obuljen Koržinek. Project Coordination.- Nevena Tudor Perković (Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia). Project Management and Producers.- Morana Matković and Renato Stanković. Producer (Venice).- Diego Carpentiero. Exhibition Design.- Ida Križaj Leko. Drawings.- Ida Križaj Leko, Jana Horvat. Communication Strategy and PR.- Ivan Dorotić. Creative Direction.- Ivan Dorotić, Leo Kirinčić, Maša Poljanec. Visual Identity and Graphic Design.- Leo Kirinčić and Maša Poljanec. Roof Production.- Pičuljan Marine d.o.o. (coordinator Marin Benić).
Metal Elements and the Installation of the Entire Pavilion.- TEUT d.o.o. (coordinator Denis Akvić). Roof Substructure and Installation of the Pavilion: Obrt Crimson (coordinator Miroslav Šarić). Electrical Works and Lightning Installation.- Br1 j.d.o.o – setup by Elvira Udina Crnić and Alex Udina.
Association of Architects Rijeka.
22nd May – 21st November 2021.
Arsenale, Sestiere Castello, Campo della Tana 2169/F, 30122 Venice, Italy.

Idis Turato

Idis Turato (1965) is a Croatian architect, professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, and visiting professor at the faculties of architecture in Belgrade (Serbia), Ljubljana (Slovenia), and Split (Croatia).

In 1992 he co-funded the architecture office Randic-Turato in Rijeka and in 2010 he established his own office Arhitektonski biro Turato.

He initiated the conception of DeltaLab — Centre for Urban Transition, Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Rijeka, dedicated to the issues of city, territory, infrastructure, ecology and globalization.

His works have been published in the most important foreign, regional and local professional publications. Laureate of all major Croatian and regional architectural awards, his projects have been nominated as many as eleven times for the EU Mies van der Rohe Award.

He represented Croatia three times in La biennale di Venezia, in 2006 as co-author of the project “In Between” (Vedran Mimica, curator; Andrija Rusan and Ministry of Culture and Media RH, commissioner), and in 2010 with the project “Pavillion,” co-authored with fifteen Croatian architects (Leo Modrčin and Ministry of Culture and Media RH, commissioner).



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