Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University

Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss is an architect and urbanist living and working in New York, and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, and is faculty at the Penn School of Design. His books include Socialist Architecture: The Vanishing Act (JRP Ringier, 2012), Almost Architecture (Merz & Solitude Akademies + kuda.nao, 2006), Evasions of Power: On the Architecture of Adjustment (Slought, Ed. 2008) and Lost Highway Expedition (School of Missing Studies, Ed. 2007).

Srdjan founded NAO (Normal Architecture Office) in 2003 with projects for museums, galleries, installations, exhibitions and furniture and collaborating with artists and curators on art&architecture interventions. He is also co-founder of School of Missing Studies (SMS) an art & architecture collaborative for investigations on cities marked or undergoing abrupt change. He previously taught at Harvard GSD, Tyler School of Art (Temple University), Pratt Institute, Cornell AAP, Lawrence Technological University and Parsons School of Design. He earned his PhD from Goldsmiths Centre for Research Architecture.