Radulovic immigrated to Canada from Yugoslavia in the mid 1990’s. After graduating from the University of Manitoba with a Master of Architecture, he worked with Cohlmeyer Architects Limited. In 2007 he co-founded 5468796 Architecture along with Johanna Hurme. The firm unites the diverse knowledge and experience of twelve young professionals, working around the same table.
Sasa makes design advocacy an ongoing pursuit through critical practice, professorships at the Universities of Manitoba and Toronto, and numerous public engagements. Firm’s recent awards include a Governor General’s Medal in Architecture, Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Awards; Progressive Architecture Awards; an Architectural Review Future Projects Award; Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Awards of Excellence. The firm’s work has also been published in over 100 books and publications, and have received Canadian Architect Awards for Design Excellence for three consecutive years.
In 2012 5468796 Architecture together with Jae-Sung Chon, won the competition to curate Canada’s entry for the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale with a project that explores contemporary Canadian identity and its influence on design. This research into architectural culture is now continuing through the firm’s latest research project “Table for 12” enabled by the firm’s winning of the 2013 Prix Du Rome.