Idis Turato (1965) is an architect and professor at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy in Split and the Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb. He received his Ph.D. in 2012 with thesis Architecture of prefabricated elements - designing a method of stacking and adjustment of previously prepared components and fragments.
Among his most acclaimed and awarded projects are aula of Pope John Paul II in Trsat, project for sports hall, square and kindergarten Katarina Frankopan on Krk island, Nest and Cave house in Opatija, house Gumno on Krk island...
He has received numerous architectural awards including Croatian Architects Association Award (CAA) Viktor Kovacic, for the most successful architectural achievement, Vladimir Nazor Award, which is annually awarded by Croatian Ministry of Culture for the best artistic accomplishment, CAA Drago Galic, for the most successful realization in residential architecture and international Piranesi Award. He was nominated four times for the European Prize Mies van der Rohe.
He opened RandicTurato office in 1992 with architect Sasa Randic and their collaborative projects were published in the monograph Randic Turato - Architecture of transition. In 2009 he founded the independent Architectural office Turato Ltd. in Rijeka.
Together with Sasha Randic, Idis Turato represented Croatia at the 10th Biennale of Architecture in Venice (2006) with the project In Between, and in cooperation with fifteen Croatian architects he represented Croatia at the 12th Biennale of Architecture in Venice (2012) with the project Pavillion.
The last four years he continuously publishes editorials, reviews and comments on his blog on the website www.idisturato.com.
19-20 May 2015, Budva, Montenegro
The 2nd International Conference with Exhibition
Environment and Architecture
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