Aleksandar graduated from University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Architecture, where he later acquired a master’s degree, followed by a doctorate, as the first student of his generation. At the Academy of Fine Arts and Multimedia, he teaches as an assistant professor at the Interior Design module.
Kušić, Aleksandar, and Nataša Janković. “Cerak Vinogradi: Spatial Framing, User interventions and the Socialist ‘Big Other’.” Facta Universitatis: Architecture and Civil Engineering (forthcoming). ISSN: 0354-4605.
Kušić, Aleksandar. “New Belgrade Block No. 22: Order and Freedom.” In Team 10 East: Revisionist Architecture in Real-Existing Modernism, edited by Łukasz Stanek, 199-202. Warsaw: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2014. ISBN: 978-83- 64177-03- 3.
Kušić, Aleksandar. “Encountering the Real: Belgrade Architecture as Cognitive Mapping.” In AUR Architecture Utopia Realism, edited by Petar Bojanić, Ljiljana Blagojević and Vladan Djokić, 32-33. Belgrade: University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, 2013. ISBN: 978-86-7924-110-8.
Kušić, Aleksandar, and Ljiljana Blagojević. “Patterns of Everyday Spatiality: Belgrade in the 1980s and its Post-Socialist Outcome.” Český lid 100, no. 3 (2013): 281-302. ISSN: 0009-0794.
Kušić, Aleksandar. “Desire and Duplicity: Lessons of the Past.” In International Conference Architecture and Ideology Proceedings, edited by Vladimir Mako, Mirjana Roter Blagojević and Marta Vukotić Lazar, 708-13. Belgrade: Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, 2012. ISBN: 978-86-7924-083-5.
Stand exPLode; Nataša Janković, Aleksandar Kušić and Mladen Pešić. Croatian Designers Association’s D-Day, Zagreb, 2010
Pavilion Twister; Nataša Janković, Aleksandar Kušić and Mladen Pešić. Second round of Supernatural Eco Pavilion competition, Belgrade, 2010. Jury commendation.
Installation in Motionwall public space; Nataša Janković, Aleksandar Kušić and Mladen Pešić. Second round of “Wall?”, Novi Sad, 2009
City Park design; Nataša Janković and Aleksandar Kušić. Competition for the solution for the City Park from Hotel Yugoslavia to Branko’s Bridge in New Belgrade, Belgrade, 2008. Reduced first prize.
Sava Square, Belgrade preliminary design; Tijana Lapčević, Aleksandar Kušić and Zoran Lazović. Competition for the preliminary visual and architectural-urbanistic design of Belgrade’s Sava Square with a memorial honoring the victims of war and the defenders of the country 1990–1999 godine, Belgrade, 2006. Third prize.