Arber Sadiki graduated at the Faculty of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Tirana. He holds a PhD degree from University of Belgrade with the focus at modernism in Pristina from 1945 until 1990.
From 2001, together with Gezim Sadiku (G + A Architects), is active as a practising architect realising numerous buildings, mostly, in Kosovo, Serbia and Switzerland.
He was assistant curator of Kosovo Pavilion at “14 La Biennale di Venezia”, and nominator at 2016 and 2019 cycle of Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Geneva. He was member of the MoMA team for preparing the exhibition and publication “Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980”, MoMA, New York, on 2018.
Since 2012 he teaches at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, UBT, Pristina. In 2018 and 2019 as the part of Erasmus exchange programme of academic staff he taught at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau, Germany.
About the lecture / September/22/2020 18:30 CET
Arber will be presenting his study on the Boro & Ramizi Sports Center and will be part of the “Prishtina Public Archipelago” panel together with fellow architects Donika Luzhnica, Eliza Hoxha, Nol Binakaj, Bekim Ramku as well as with the Prishtina Mayor Shpend Ahmeti