Branimir Medic

Graduated in 1987 at the Faculty of Architecture of Zagreb University, Croatia. After working for several different architecture firms, he undertook further study in 1990 at the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam, taking his Master of Excellence in Architecture degree in 1992. Branimir Medić then worked for Kees Christiaanse Architects & Planners, Rotterdam, and UN Studio, Amsterdam.
 In 1995, together with Pero Puljiz, he established the architecture partnership Medić + Puljiz,

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Graduated in 1987 at the Faculty of Architecture of Zagreb University, Croatia. After working for several different architecture firms, he undertook further study in 1990 at the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam, taking his Master of Excellence in Architecture degree in 1992. Branimir Medić then worked for Kees Christiaanse Architects & Planners, Rotterdam, and UN Studio, Amsterdam.
 In 1995, together with Pero Puljiz, he established the architecture partnership Medić + Puljiz, with an alliance to de Architekten Cie. After several years of collaboration with this firm, they both joined de Architekten Cie. as partners in 1998. Cie. Croatia (Zagreb) was established in 2004, followed by Cie. Asia (Shanghai) in 2006.

The realized works of Branimir Medić cover all scales and types of buildings, from single-family houses to masterplanning. With office buildings such as Menzis, Groningen (2006) or Acanthus, Amsterdam (2004) and residential buildings like New Amsterdam (2008) Branimir Medić has left his mark on Dutch cities. Most recently, the iconic new town hall of Hardenberg in the East og the Netherlands was inaugurated (2012). Abroad, large commissions such as the Bundek Centre in Zagreb, Croatia, and the Dadong Arts Centre of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, have successfully been completed (both in 2012). Currently, Medić is working on the ‘Variante 2000’ masterplan, a large-scale urban transformation of Turin, Italy.

Branimir Medić won the Dutch Prix de Rome (1st prize, 1995). In collaboration with Pero Puljiz, he won several prestigious first prizes, such as the competitions for the Cultural/Administrative Complex in Montreal, Canada (2003), the extension of the Victoria Palace government building in Bucharest, Romania (2007), the Quixing District Urban Planning Museum of Tianjin, China (2008) and the Sea Terminal in Šibenik, Croatia (2009). In the Netherlands, two prominent commissions were recently won: the office tower First, Rotterdam (2010) and the new public swimming pool in the North of Amsterdam (2011) - both are now entering the final design stages.

Branimir Medić has lectured at the Academies of Architecture in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Tilburg, as well as at Delft University of Technology. In 2008, he was a visiting professor at the Berlage Institute, Rotterdam, in connection with the international competition for a master plan for the Saemangeum Region, South Korea. The first semester in 2010 he was a visiting professor at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Partner & architect

Arts Center Dadong

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Kaoshiung, 2012

FIRST

Arch.: Pero Puljiz, Branimir Medić
Rotterdam, 2014

Masterplan Turin "Variante 200"

Arch.: Branimir Medić
Turin, Italy, 2013

Swimming pool Noorderparkbad

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Amsterdam, 2015


Arts Center Dadong

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Kaoshiung, 2012

FIRST

Arch.: Pero Puljiz, Branimir Medić
Rotterdam, 2014

Masterplan Turin "Variante 200"

Arch.: Branimir Medić
Turin, Italy, 2013

Swimming pool Noorderparkbad

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Amsterdam, 2015

Redevelopment Nieuw Amsterdam

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Amsterdam, 2013

Centar Bundek

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Zagreb, Croatia , 2013

Power station

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Enschede, 2009

Cultural and Administrative Complex

Arch.: Pero Puljiz, Branimir Medić
Montreal, Canada, 2002

Crystal Silos

Arch.: Branimir Medić
Rotterdam, 2016

Villa Meindersma

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Haaksbergen, 2007

Cultural Center

Arch.: Pero Puljiz, Branimir Medić
Taichung, 2013

Gebouw Europa

Arch.: Branimir Medić, Pero Puljiz
Amsterdam, 2004