Smiljan Radic è un architetto cileno riconosciuto a livello internazionale del patrimonio croato. Radic si è laureato nel 1989 in architettura presso l'Università Cattolica del Cile e ha fondato il proprio studio nel 1995.
Chilean architect Smiljan Radić is widely recognised for his distinctive approach to form, materials, and natural settings, and this edition of the magazine pays tribute to his talent by presenting his most recent projects. Featuring a conversation with Radić and Enrique Walker, it presents 25 designs ranging from a wine cellar, bus stop, chapel, antenna tower, and several houses, to the Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art in Santiago, the Boca Sur Civic District, the Alexander McQueen Project, the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London, and the Beyeler Foundation near Basel, which owns and oversees the art collection of Hildy and Ernst Beyeler.
Biography A Conversation with Smiljan Radić Panorama The Weight of the World: Smiljan Radić’s Buildings Every So Often a Talking Dog Appears Folly. Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Russo Project Antenna Tower Santiago Wooden House Corral. Sculpture Workshop My First Tower Grypho Beyeler Foundation Hidden House Bío-Bío Regional Theatre Yellow Water House 8 Minutes... Celiné Pavilion Death at Home Alexander McQueen Project Two Hotels Novartis Exhibition Pavilion Crucifixion Chapel Prism House + Terrace Room Green House A Vik Wine Cellar Boca Sur Civic District Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art Zwing Bus Stop NAVE. Centre for Experimental Scenic Art Touching Houses