In May 2018, Prof. Boris Koružnjak, former dean of the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, Chairman of the Committee for Sports Construction and the Environment of the Croatian Olympic Committee, a member of the international association of architects dealing with sports infrastructure, with a significant opus of research work in the field of typical models of sports buildings, visited the International BURCH University.
Prof. Koružnjak had the opportunity to meet third-year students at the Department of Architecture, where he delivered a lecture on "Challenges and needs of sports facilities". After this lecture, Prof. Koružnjak gave a lecture to the students of the first year of master studies about Capacity of sports facilities and certain functions, in the same Department with whom he continued to work in the form of consultations in the study within the subject Architectural Design VII - Sport facilities that are run by the International Burch University, Assist. Prof. Dr. Sanela Klarić. Prof. Koružnjak has shared his great experience and knowledge of sports facilities with Burch University students and offered to organize a student excursion to visit a successful project of the sports hall in Osijek.
Prof. Koružnjak got acquainted with all the employees of the Department of Architecture at the International Burch University with whom he talked about the possibilities of future cooperation between the two Universities and work on hospitable architectural studies where students would work on a joint task with the mentorship of professors from both institutions.
In addition to working with students at Burch University, within its visit to the International Burch University and Sarajevo, Prof. Koružnjak gave a lecture and discussion on the topic 'Responsible Design and Management of Sports Facilities' organized by the International BURCH University, Association of Architects and the Institute for Planning and Development of KS in the premises of the Association of Architects of BiH. You can find more about this event at the following link: