Andrija Rusan is architect, editor of Oris magazine and founder or Rusan arhitektura studio. He is author of many exhibitions, and one of the authors of the book Contemporary Croatian Architecture - Testing Reality. He was a member of the editorial boards of magazines published by the Croatian Association of Architects: Čovjek i prostor (Man and space) and Arhitektura (Architecture). Since 1998 he has been the publisher and editor of the magazine Oris. Two times he received the Neven Šegvić Award from the Croatian Association of Architects. Andrija Rusan was the recipient of the Drago Galić Award of the Croatian Association of Architects for the best residential architecture in 1997, and of the Dedalo Minose Prize for the Lumenart office building in Pula in 2007. 2006, he was appointed the Croatian commissioner for the 10th International Architecture Exhibition, Biennale of Venice. His work appears in the Phaidon Atlas of 21st World Architecture, Atlas Global Architecture circa 2000.