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Maroje Mrduljaš (Rijeka, 1971) is an architectural critic, writer and editor of several books on contemporary architectural practice, including Contemporary Croatian Architecture - Testing Reality. Since 2005 he’s worked at the Architectural Faculty of the University in Zagreb. He serves on the editorial boards of various professional magazines from the field of architecture, design and art. Among others he is the editor of Oris magazine, published in Zagreb. He is an independent consultant to the European Prize for Architecture Mies van der Rohe. As curator Maroje Mrduljaš has participated in several architectural exhibitions. In 2008 he was a member of the curatorial team that designed the exhibition "Balkanology" about architecture and urban phenomena in the former Yugoslavia. In 2010, together with Vladimir Kulić, he conceived the research platform "Unfinished Modernisations", and for the past two years has coordinated the work of researchers in the project and curated the exhibition "Unfinished Modernizations" in Maribor. He regularly lectures in Croatia and abroad.
Između utopije i pragmatizma
as author at MAO Unfinished Modernisations: between Utopia and Pragmatism, Ljubljana 2012,