Andrej Radman

about the author

Andrej Radman, Dir.ir., has been teaching design and theory courses at TU Delft Faculty of Architecture since 2004. In 2008 he joined the section affiliated with architecture theory as an assistant professor. A graduate of the Zagreb School of Architecture in Croatia, he received a master’s degree with honours and a doctoral degree from TU Delft. Radman is a member of the National Committee on Deleuze Scholarship and the editorial board of the peer-reviewed journal for architecture theory Footprint. His research focuses on radical empiricism in general and the legacy of the founder of the ecological approach to perception, J. J. Gibson, in particular. He is a licensed architect and recipient of the Croatian Architects Association Annual Award for Housing Architecture in 2002.

info & contact

affiliation

Technical University of Delft, NL

email

A.Radman [AT] tudelft.nl

web

tudelft-architecture.nl
academia.edu

presentations

Zigzagging: Bound by the Absence of Tie
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: architecture, consistency, David Gibson, ecology

Superfolding: The Accelerationist Nature of Cultural Evolution
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: fold