Architect, director of ONE ARCHITECTURE WEEK, writer for various magazines, and member of the Expert Committee of the European Prize for Urban Public Space since 2016.
Ljubo Georgiev (1981) is an architect and director of ONE ARCHITECTURE WEEK. Ljubo completed his secondary education in Scotland and began studying architecture at IUAV in Venice (Italy). He received his master's degree from Delft University of Technology (Netherlands) in 2007. He has practised architecture at Manzelle (Venice), LP Group (Sofia), Claus en Kaan (Amsterdam), MVRDV (Rotterdam), and Turenscape (Beijing). Major projects he has worked on are Zaryadye Park in Moscow (2013 for Turenscape); the Crabbehof, in Dordrecht (2011 for de+ge architecten), and the Olympiakwartier in Almere, both in The Netherlands (2009 for MVRDV); the Swiss Re in Zurich (2008 for Claus en Kaan Architecten); and the Stazione Afragola, in Naples (2003 for Manzelle Studio di Architettura). Ljubo has published articles in various magazines, organised workshops and exhibitions in different cities in Europe, as well as many of the activities of the “Failed Architecture” research project.
[Last update: February 2016]