Arbër Sadiki (1977), architect, lecturer, critic. Graduated from Polytechnic University of Tirana, he holds a PhD degree from the University of Belgrade focused to the relationship between social circumstances and architecture in Prishtina between: 1945-1990.
Assistant curator of the Kosovo pavilion at the 14th La Biennale di Venezia. President of Architects Association of Kosovo (November 2013 – November 2014). Member of International Council on Monuments and Sites ICOMOS, Paris. Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Geneva, Nominator, 2016, 2019 and 2022 Award Cycle. Recipient of the award “Annual Prize for Scientific Work in the Field of Cultural Heritage”, 2020, awarded by the Ministry of Culture, for his publication entitled: “Architecture of Public Buildings in Prishtina: 1945-1990, Social and Shaping Factors”.
Germia Concert Hall International Competition, Prishtina, 2021, Third Place
Jury: Mohsen Mostafavi, Han Tümertekin
(co-author Gëzim Paçarizi)
Annual Award for Scientific Work in the field of Cultural Heritage ”, 2020, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Kosovo
Young Architects Competitions, Rwanda, 2019, Rwanda Chapel Competition, Honourable Mention, Jury: Eduardo Souto de Moura, Peter Eisenman
(co-authors: Leart Miftari, Adonis Rexhepi, Blerim Bajraliu)
Young Architects Competitions, Roccascalegna, Italy, 2017, Observatory houses Competition, Final mention
Jury: Enrique Sobejano, Simon Frommenwiler
(co-authors: Arnisa Kryeziu, Qëndrim Begosholli, Leart Miftari, Besim Krosa)
Modern Collective Living Challenge Competition, China, 2017, Shortlisted (co-author Vildane Maliqi)
Jury: Alona Martinez Perez, Audrey McKee (Renzo Piano Building Workshop)
Museum of Nature, Kosovo, 2017, Fourth place (Gresë Musliu, Besim Krosa)