Mihailo Lujak

Mihailo Lujak

associate professor

Email address: mihailo.lujak@fsu.edu.rs

Narrow scientific/artistic field:
Interior design

Subjects:
Interior design, Space – contemporary theories

Mihailo received his diploma in architecture from University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Architecture in 1999; three years later, he defended his doctoral thesis. He has been teaching at the Academy of Fine Arts and Multimedia as a visiting professor since 2014.

  • Lujak, Mihailo. “Yugoslav Modernism: Simulacrum of Social Reality”.  Historijski zbornik, Zagreb, No. 2. 2014;
  • Lujak, Mihailo. “Arhitektura jugoslovenskog modernizma: oprostoravanje društvene stvarnosti. in: Igor Duda. ed. Socijalizam na klupi. Centar za kulturološka i povijesna istraživanja socijalizma, Pula, Croatia, 2013;
  • Lujak, M. Predojević, N. “Model savremene kulture – događaj kao arhitektonski koncept Sportske dvorane u Laktašima”, Savremeno graditeljstvo – Naučno-stručni časopis za graditeljstvo Republike Srpske, Banja Luka, No. 5, 2011;
  • “Spatialization of Social Process vs Singular Object of Architecture”, Spatium International Review, Belgrade, no. 23, 2010. (The publication is referenced at the SCI list, according to the categorization in the scientific area Traffic, urbanism and construction, it was ranked as M24 for 2010);
  • Mihailo Lujak, “Urban Portrait/Atlas of Belgrade (2008) / Cultural Space: Belgrade Events” in: Tatjana Stratimirović, ed. Wohnlihch, XI International Architecture Exhibition, Venice 2008/Republic of Serbia’s Pavillion, Belgrade: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, 2008
  • “Atlas Beograda”, in: Međunarodna radionica budućnosti 2008-2010 „Naracije i konstrukcije o identitetu/nacionalitetu/povjesti u Bosni i Hercegovini, Hrvatskoj i Srbiji u 20. i 21. stoljeću“ (Zagreb: Goethe-Institut, 2008), 32-34. (“Belgrader Atlas – Stadtbild Belgrads”, Internationale Zukunftswerkstatt ”Narrationen und Konstruktionen von Identität/Nationalität/Geschichte in Bosnien und Herzegowina, Kroatien und Serbien im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert”. Zagreb: Goethe-Institut Kroatien, 2008;
  • Ribar, M. Lujak. Divergentna scena mladih: Mreža omladinskih centara. Belgrade: Studio Uroboros, 2010
  • Monograph selected and shown at XHXI Salon of Architecture in Belgrade;
  • Group of authors Expeditio, Grad Perast: Trista godina samoće, Belgrade: Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade;
  • Monograph selected and shown in Republic of Serbia’s Pavilion at EXPO 98 Lisbon, Portugal and XXI Salon of Architecture in Belgrade;
  • Hans Ibelings, curator: RESTART – Architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1995-2010, held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2010) and Belgrade, Serbia (2011) four projects selected and published in: Hans Ibelings ed. RESTART – Architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1995-2010, Sarajevo: Association of Architects of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2010, pp: 190-191; 210-211; 284-285; 306-307;
  • International scientific research project “Construction in the Historical Context”, in cooperation with the Faculty of Architecture in Stuttgart and Faculty of Architecture in Sarajevo as a part of the German academic program DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst). Project managed by: dr Mihailo Lujak, project manager representing the State University of Novi Pazar, professor Jose Luis Moro, project manager representing the University of Stuttgart and professor Nerman Rustempašić, project manager representing the University of Sarajeve. Stuttgart, Sarajevo, Novi Pazar, 2012-2014.