Bojan Boric (born in Belgrade in 1968), moved to The United States in 1986. Received a Bachelor Degree in Architecture at Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, Cooper Union, New York in 1993, and in 1999 a Master’s Degree in Architecture and Urban Design at the GSAPP Columbia University, New York. Since 1993, he has been a practicing architect (Licensed Architect in New York State and Virginia) working on a wide range of projects from interiors to housing, public buildings and urban design projects throughout the New York City metropolitan area, Scandinavia and China. In 1997, together with Jelena Mijanovic, he has founded an office Forma Architecture and Design. In 2004, the office moved to Stockholm. In addition, Bojan has been involved in several exhibitions, collaborative projects and workshops with focus on contemporary urbanity. He has also participated in academic research and teaching in New York and Stockholm where for the past two years he was the Coordinator for the Masters Program in Urban Planning and Design at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. Today, Bojan teaches at the School of Architecture in Stockholm as head of the masters level architecture studio focusing on urban design. Parallel with teaching and practicing, Bojan is currently enrolled in the PhD program working a thesis project titled “The Ghost Boulevard” at KTH School of Architecture in Stockholm.