Miroslav Šik

Fotografie Miroslava Šika a školy architektury AVU

* 1953 (Switzerland, Czech Republic)
studies: architecture at the ETH Zurich
lives and works in Prague and Zurich


Miroslav Šik is an architect of Czech origin, an emigrant living in Switzerland since 1968.  In 1972-79 he studied architecture at ETH Zurich (Aldo Rossi and Mario Campi) and later taught there himself. In the 1980s he shaped the so-called analogue architecture. Between 1990-1992 he taught at the Czech Technical University in Prague, where he influenced a generation of young Czech architects (the New Czech Work group). Since 2018, he has been the head of the Architecture Studio at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague.

Assistants: Anna Svobodová, Lenka Milerová, Dominik Vácha; Matouš Lipus coordinates cooperation with artists from the studios of Tomáš Hlavina, Jimena Mendoza, Vojtěch Míča, Dušan Záhoranský and Pavla Sceranková, David Bohm and Tomáš Svoboda.


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