About

BL_YOG MAPBureauLADA is a network-based design practice based in Amsterdam. Established in 2010 by architect Lada Hršak the studio focuses attention to the inclusive aspects of production of space and the potential of / for the architectural intervention on a particular site.  

 

 

Working from solid base of experienced designer, the practice is characterized by site specific approach and close collaboration with clients resulting in a range of outputs. Getting beyond the tyranny of style, the work is situated in modernist settings, tropical sites, heritage areas, edges, gaps and vacant places, establishing a common ground and the team for the intervention. Involving a range of interdisciplinary collaborations the practice acts in the fields of artistic research, architecture, heritage, landscape, modernity and mapping..

 

Among recent work are the award winning designs for the Bonaire Mix-use School in the Dutch Antilles and the City Hall in Georgian Chiatura, Yoglo House on Java, Mirror pavilion in Amsterdam, artist residency in Dutch Zaanse Schans and Scramble City mapping research.

 

Following the training at the University of Zagreb Lada has completed the postgraduate program at The Berlage Institute in Amsterdam and consequently worked in a number of renowned Dutch architectural offices.

 

Parallel to design Hršak has held teaching engagements with the Academie voor Bouwkunst, Amsterdam; TU Delft, TU Zagreb, Croatia; University of Auckland, New Zealand; Unversidad Catolica de La Paz, Bolivia; Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Arnhem; and KU Leuven, Belgium.

 

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