Mia Roth i Tonči Čerina
Mia Roth and Tonči Čerina have been working together since 1999, participating in public architectural competitions in which they have won numerous awards. They design in different scales, from urbanism to interiors, have held numerous lectures on their work and activities, led extracurricular workshops and participated in festivals and architectural exhibitions. In 2008 they were nominated for the Viktor Kovačić Award, and won it in 2019. In 2020, they won the Grand Prix of the Architecture salon in Novi Sad and the Fresh&bold award of the Days of Architecture in Sarajevo. In 2021, they received the 2nd prize of the Balkan Architectural Biennale, and in 2022 the BIG SEE Grand Prix in the Landscape and public space category in Ljubljana, the Bernardo Bernardi Award of the Association of Croatian Architects and the Plan Award in Milan. They received recognitions at Vizura Aperta festivals in 2016 and 2018. Their work has received nominations for other international awards (Dezeen, Architizer, Piranesi, Mies van der Rohe). Together with Vedran Kasap, Ozana Ursić, Niko Mihaljević, Luka Fatović and Ivica Mitrović, they are authors of the Croatian Pavilion at the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale.
They are both engaged in education: Mia is a professor at the Department of Architectural Design of the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, and Tonči is an external assistant at the FGAG architecture program in Split.