Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan

Directed by Andrija Stojic, the Buildings Workshop navigates the complex requirements of highly varied projects in multiple different countries – while preserving our unique position as a light-footed, medium-sized practice.

Andrija also spearheads our innovations program, developing new research into materials and techniques with a particular focus on sustainability.

Andrija Stojic, Director of WHY Architecture

Since joining WHY in 2005, Andrija has worked closely with Kulapat and the WHY team on several of the firm’s most important buildings to date, including the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Pomona College Studio Art Hall, and the Speed Art Museum. Andrija has been at the forefront of integrating sustainability into WHY’s approach to architecture, and as Director of the WHY Architecture Workshop he has led the development of a number of technical and programmatic innovations which have since come to define WHY’s practice. In 2012, Andrija led the opening of the WHY New York office and serves as its Director. Originally from Serbia, Andrija speaks several European languages and he is a graduate of the University of Belgrade.

Construction Today interviews Andrija Stojic Read Interview Here
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