Dinko Peracic

Architecture

Dinko Peračić

 

Dinko Peračić was born in Split in 1977, where he finished Classical Gymnasium. He got his master’s degree at IAAC in Barcelona and graduated at Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb. He is the founder of the Architects’ Collective Platforma 9.81 and a partner in Architects’ Office ARP. He worked as an assistant at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy in Split from 2008, and since 2016, he has been working as associate professor at Architectural Design Department. He was awarded the 2nd prize at the Salon of Architecture in 2006, together with R. Šilje for the design of the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Osijek, in 2009, together with M. Veljačić for Youth Centre Revitalization Design in Split, and in 2015 for Vodice Green market, for which he was also awarded with Piranesi award in 2015. The Faculty of Architecture in Osijek was awarded the Architecture Medal by Croatian Chamber of Architects as the most important architectural creation in 2016. Together with his team, he represented Croatia on 15th Biennale Archittetura in Venice in 2016. His work on the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka (ex-factory Rikard Benčić) was awarded by Bernardo Bernardi award by the Croatian Architects’ Association as the best achievement in the field of product and interior design in 2017 and by the annual Medal for Conceptual Design awarded by the Croatian Chamber of Architects for prominent professional contribution to conceptual solutions in 2017. He has many years of experience in participation in architectural competitions for design proposals and several first prizes.

Awards and nominations for reference projects realized in the last 3 years

Harbour Market in Vodice, 2015

Dinko Peračić

  • 2nd prize, 50th Zagreb Salon of Architecture Award 2015,
  • 1st prize, Piranesi Award 2015, for best architectural realization built in a Central Europe region,
  • Finalist, Croatian Architects’ Association (CAA), 1 of 3 nominees for the most successful architectural achievement in all fields in 2015,
  • Finalist, The European Prize for Urban Public Space 2016,
  • Nomination, Mies van der Rohe award, 2016.
  • Candidate for BA award 2018.

Faculty of Civil Engineering in Osijek, 2016

Dinko Peračić & Roman Šilje

  • 2nd prize, 41st Zagreb Salon of Architecture Award 2006,
  • Finalist, Croatian Architects’ Association (CAA), 1 of 3 nominees for the most successful architectural achievement in all fields in in 2016,
  • Medal for Architecture, Croatian Chamber of Architects Award for the most successful achievement and a prominent contribution to Croatian architecture in 2016.

Croatian Pavilion at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale, 2016

Dinko Peračić, with Slaven Tolj, Miranda Veljačić, Emina Višnić

  • Finalist, Croatian Architects’ Association (CAA), 1 of 3 nominees for the most successful architectural achievement in the area of ​​design and interior design in 2016.
  • 2nd prize, 44st Zagreb Salon of Architecture Award 2009 ( for the Youth Centre Revitalisation project, 1 of 3 projects exhibited in the Pavilion)

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, 2017

Dinko Peračić

  • Nomination, Piranesi Award 2017, for best architectural realization built in a Central Europe region,
  • Award, Croatian Architects’ Association (CAA), for the most successful architectural achievement in the area of ​​design and interior design in 2017,
  • Medal for Conceptual venture, Croatian Chamber of Architects Award for a prominent professional contribution to conceptual reflection in 2017.