Velimir Neidhardt

Velimir Neidhardt (Croatian pronunciation: [ʋêlimiːr nǎjtxart]; born 7 October 1943) is a Croatian architect.

National and University Library in Zagreb
INA building (1989)

Neidhardt is a professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture,[1]former president of the Croatian Architects’ Association (1995–1999),[2] and a full member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (since 1991).[1] Since June 2015, he is also a corresponding member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.[3]

Neidhardt's most important work is the building of the National and University Library in Zagreb.[4]

Major projects[5]Edit

  • Hotel Lapad (with I. Kolbach and B. Šavora; Dubrovnik, 1969)[6]
  • Hotel Begova Ledina (Makarska, 1969)[7]
  • Bit Pazar Shopping Centre (with I. Franić; Skopje, 1970)[8]
  • Shopping Centre (Mrkonjić Grad, 1972)[9]
  • City Centre (with Lj. Lulić and J. Nosso; Banja Luka, 1973–79)[10]
  • New Zagreb City Centre (with L. Schwerer and B. Velnić; 1971)[11]
  • French Republic Square (with I. Franić; Zagreb, 1977)[12]
  • Hamma Centre (with Z. Krznarić; Algiers, 1984)[13]
  • Telecommunications Building (Šibenik, 1980)[14]
  • National and University Library (with M. Hržić, Z. Krznarić and D. Mance; Zagreb, 1978–95)[15]
  • Zagreb urban axis (1981–85)[16]
  • Ina Trgovina Building (Zagreb, 1985–89)[17]
  • Exportdrvo Office Building (Zagreb, 1985)[18]
  • Adriatic Pipeline Headquarters (Zagreb, 1989–91)[19]
  • World Trade Centre (with Z. Krznarić and D. Mance; Zagreb, 1991)[20]
  • Metropolitan axis (with Z. Krznarić and D. Mance; Zagreb, 1992)[21]
  • St. John the Evangelist Church (Zagreb, 1991)[22]
  • Parish Church (Zagreb, 1994)[23]
  • Badel City Block (with M. Begović and D. Mance; Zagreb, 1992–96)[24]
  • Croatian Government Centre (Zagreb, 1996)[25]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Velimir Neidhardt, F.C.A." info.hazu.hr. Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Retrieved 7 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Velimir Neidhardt - Biografija" (in Croatian). Ruđer Bošković Institute. Retrieved 2009-01-14.
  3. ^ "Novi člani Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti" [The New Members of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts]. June 2015.
  4. ^ Jovetić, Goran (November 29, 2001). "Suvereni stvaratelj u velikom mjerilu" (PDF). Vjesnik (in Croatian). Retrieved 2009-01-14.
  5. ^ Vukić 2001, p. 127.
  6. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 16–19.
  7. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 20–25.
  8. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 26–19.
  9. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 30–33.
  10. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 34–41.
  11. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 44–47.
  12. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 48–51.
  13. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 52–53.
  14. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 54–55.
  15. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 56–67.
  16. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 68–73.
  17. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 74–81.
  18. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 86–87.
  19. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 92–95.
  20. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 96–97.
  21. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 98–101.
  22. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 102–103.
  23. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 104–107.
  24. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 108–113.
  25. ^ Vukić 2001, pp. 114–119.

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Preceded by
Zvonko Kusić
Chairman of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
2019–present
Incumbent