Miha Čebulj graduated at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana, Slovenia (2002) and completed post-graduate studies at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2005) on the topic of parametric design and manufacturing. He worked at OMA and Sadar+Vuga architectural office, where he was a project manager of large-scale projects such as Sports hall Stožice in Ljubljana, Sports hall Portoval in Novo Mesto, Air traffic control center at Brnik, School for the study of social work in Ghent and participated at several award winning projects.

As a founder of architectural office MCA he is focusing on open, innovative and critical architectural designs of different scales from parametric lamps, to the large scale parks. Design excellence is the tool to generate responsive build environments contributing to peoples well-being, to spark our imagination and rouse our senses. His projects were published in the architectural magazines like Archis, Arhitects Bulletin and Zeppelin.

He has organized and participated at several international exhibitions, among others at IAAC in Barcelona, Venice Biennale, several galleries in Ljubljana, Rotterdam and the Hague. He is experienced tutor of architectural and other workshops, mentor of international workshops like Sports Park Stožice - Possible Futures and Glatt - Die Stadt summer academy in Zurich.

Miha is regularly lecturing at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana, where he is working as a teaching assistant and developing PhD thesis on the topic of design methods that devise responsiveness in architecture.

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