njiric+ arhitekti was founded by Hrvoje Njiric in 2001 and is based in Zagreb, Croatia.
Hrvoje Njiric gained acknowledgement in the 90’s with projects developed by the former njiric+njiric partnership. The schemes for Europan (3 first prizes) and Slovenian projects for Baumaxx and McDonald’s were widely published and awarded. The new practice evolved from and continued the work of the former office. njiric+ regards architecture to be much more than a physical definition of its boundaries or a formal assemblage of building materials. It’s non-physical aspects are about phenomena of contemporary society and mass culture.
Apart from his private practice, Hrvoje Njiric has been engaged in teaching since the mid 90’s. He served as a full-time professor at the TU Graz (2000-05) as a successor of Guenter Domenig. Now he is a tenured professor at the GAFS Split (2007-) He has been a guest professor in other schools such as Ljubljana, Ferrara, Aarhus and Trieste. Recent guest professorships include ETSAM Madrid (2008-13), UofT Toronto – appointed as “The Frank Gehry Chair for 2012 and the MIT Boston in 2014. HNJ was the visiting critic at the HAB Weimar, the ETSAB Barcelona, the TU Wien, the AA School of Architecture London, the ETH Zuerich, the Strathclyde University of Glasgow, Politecnico di Milano, the Southeast University of Nanjing and the William Lyon Somerville Visiting Lecturer at the University of Calgary. HNJ has also been a unit master of various international workshops and lectured in many cities worldwide.