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Architect

Alex Cvijanovic, architect. Recipient citation Progressive Architecture magazine, 1962, Energy Conservation award Owens-Corning, 1973, Boston Exports Architecture award Boston Society Architects, 1975, 1st prize palace design Government Iraq, 1988. Member blue ribbon committee Government Massachusetts, Boston, 1964. Member American Institute of Architects, Nature Conservancy, Amnesty International.

Background

Cvijanovic, Alex was born on December 19, 1923 in Dalj, Yugoslavia. Came to the United States, 1951. Son of Budislav and Milena (Miokovic) Cvijanovic.

Education

Baccalaureat, Lyce, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1942. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1955.

Career

With The Architects Collaborative, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1955-1987, associate architect, 1958-1963, principal, 1963-1987. Private practice Watertown, since 1987. Panelist/lecturer Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Tokyo, 1977.

Visiting lecturer University North Carolina, Durham, 1977, University Hong Kong, 1982, University Singapore, 1982. Housing and Urban Development delegate to People's Republic of China, 1983. Special design advisor Government Kuwait, since 1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with Gropius) Plan for Development of Selb, 1965. Inventor prefabricated housing system.

Membership

Member blue ribbon committee Government Massachusetts, Boston, 1964. Member American Institute of Architects, Nature Conservancy, Amnesty International.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography.

Connections

Married June Livermore, August 27, 1958 (divorced 1975). Children: Adam, Peter. Married Maria Jadranka Klaric, 1989.

father:
Budislav Cvijanovic

mother:
Milena (Miokovic) Cvijanovic

spouse:
June Livermore

spouse:
Maria Jadranka Klaric

child:
Adam Cvijanovic

child:
Peter Cvijanovic