Expertise & Research Interests
Architectural Design, Urban Design
Courses to Teach (22-23)
Architectural Design and Theory III
Architectural Design and Sustainability II
Mr. RADOMAN, Slobodan
B.A. in Architecture (Harvard College)
M.Arch Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Urban Design Certificate (MIT)
Slobodan Radoman is a founding partner of the design practice RADDAR based in Hong Kong. Prior to establishing RADDAR Slobodan worked for six years at OMA’s offices in Rotterdam, NYC and Hong Kong, where he led architectural and urban design projects, from competition to detail design stages. Other professional stints include works for I.M. Pei (NYC), Odile Decq and Dominique Perrault (Paris), Benedetta Tagliabue (Barcelona). Slobodan left his native country Montenegro to complete an International Baccalaureate high school in the UK, upon which he enrolled in Harvard to complete a BA in Architecture degree, followed by a Master of Architecture degree at MIT. He is a recipient of several academic scholarships and fellowships including the Fellowship at MIT’s Legatum Center of Entrepreneurship.
While at MIT Slobodan was a teaching assistant for several courses; in collaboration with the Institute for the Advanced Architecture of Catalonia he led the MIT’s competition team for the Solar Decathlon in 2009. His current research focuses on peripheral urban zones and countryside, where he seeks opportunities for participatory design interventions. Slobodan is an active member of Hong Kong’s amateur basketball leagues. He speaks fluently Montenegrin, Spanish, Italian, and has an intermediate understanding of French.