Born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1968, moved to The United States in 1986.
Received a Bachelor Degree in Architecture at Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture,
Cooper Union, New York in 1993 and in 1999 a Master’s Degree in Architecture and Urban Design at the GSAP Columbia University, New York. Since 1993, he has been a practicing architect in New York State working on a wide range of projects from interiors to housing, public buildings and urban design projects throughout the New York City
metropolitan area, Scandinavia and China. Since 2003, Bojan lives and works in Stockholm. In addition, throughout his carreer, Bojan has been involved in several international exhibitions, collaborative projects and has organised conferences and workshops with focus on contemporary architecture and
urbanism. He has also participated in academic research and teaching at GSAP Columbia
University, New York, and at KTH School of Architecture, Stockholm. During the
2009/10 and 2010/11 he was the Director of the Masters Program in Urban Planning and
Design at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. Today, Bojan teaches at the School of
Architecture in Stockholm at bachelor and master level studio courses with focus on
architecture and urban design. Parallel with teaching and practicing, Bojan holds a PhD
from KTH Architecture School in Stockholm. He wrote a book under title “The Ghost
Boulevard” exploring how the never realized urban plans from the past still haunt cities.