Sasa Zivkovic is a principal of HANNAH, an architecture practice based in the United States and Germany. HANNAH's research focuses on advancing traditional building construction techniques by implementing new technologies and processes of making, addressing subjects of rapid urbanization and mass customized housing design. In close collaboration with the high-tech building industry, the office explores the implementation of advanced construction techniques such as additive manufacturing. Zivkovic pursued his graduate studies at MIT where he was the recipient of the AIA Certificate of Merit, a merit-based MIT full tuition scholarship, 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. Zivkovic is currently an assistant professor at Cornell University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate design studios as well as seminar classes with a focus on digital fabrication, computation, and representation. At Cornell, he directs the Robotic Construction Laboratory (RCL), an interdisciplinary research group investigating advanced materials and novel construction technology.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Master of Architecture
Stuttgart University | Vordiplom
2016 - Current: Assistant Professor at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
2016 - Current: Director at Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory (RCL), Ithaca, New York
2015 - 2016: Visiting Assistant Professor at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
2014 - 2015: Visiting Critic at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Areas of Expertise:
Architecture, Urban Design, Digital Fabrication, Robotic Fabrication, Computation, Project Development
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