Bogdan Zaha Associate ARB RIBA OAR Mag.Arch.
Following his graduation from the Studio Zaha Hadid at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, and after a number of years of work in Romania and Austria, Bogdan joined Zaha Hadid Architects in 2014.
As part of the office’s design cluster, he has worked on a significant number of projects on all continents, with varied programs and during all design stages. These include Alai Residential Complex in Mexico, Beijing Daxing International Airport, Masarykča in Prague, the Singapore New Science Centre, Tower C at Shenzhen Super Headquarters Base, Zuglo City Centre in Budapest as well as a number of undisclosed projects and competitions around the world including; towers, operas, theatres, museums, transportation hubs, offices, residential buildings, schools, campuses, master plans, and airports. His experience spans over many project stages with a focus on parametric modelling and advanced geometrical design methodologies.
Bogdan is a PhD fellow at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna where he was also a research fellow, under the guidance of Patrik Schumacher. He has been teaching at the University of Innsbruck in Austria, the BioID at UCL and the Architectural Association in London with a regular attendance as lecturer and panellist at various conferences. He has taught a number of workshops focused on computation design and parametric architecture in Romania, Austria and Italy.
Bogdan studied at the Ion Mincu University in Bucharest and the Faculty of Architecture in Timisoara, Romania, before graduating from the University of Applied Arts’ Studio Zaha Hadid in Vienna.