Mr Michael Milojevic

MArch, BArch


Having been educated and having taught in architecture schools in Canada, France, Germany, the US and UK my interests and experience are broadly in the areas of archaeology, landscape, architecture and urbanism of North America and Europe. My broad specialty is the architecture and urbanism of the Mediterranean Basin between the 14th-15th centuries linked to fieldwork in Iran, the Balkans, Turkey, Tunisia and Sicily. My research has engaged new pedagogical formats and new means of representation of old sites. Since 2001 I have coordinated seven international design studios at universities in Belgrade, Palermo, Barcelona, Lisbon and Innsbruck and four architecture study tours to Central Europe and the Balkans and currently one every other year.

Research | Current


  • Topics in Late Antique, Byzantine, Early Medieval & Early Islamic Architecture and Urbanism
  • Topics in Serbian Medieval Architecture, Sculpture and Painting
  • Topics in European, Eastern European and Russian Urbanism, Architecture and Gardens: 18th-19th centuries
  • Topics in Canadian Architecture: 19th centuries to present
  • Architectural Topographies: Surfaces and Subsurfaces

Teaching | Current

Design Studio Teaching & History, Theory and Criticism Survey and Seminar Teaching

Postgraduate supervision

MArch and MArchProf supervision & PhD co-supervision


Advisor for Auckland 360 undergraduate student exchanges

Areas of expertise

Architectural Design, History, Theory and Criticism

Committees/Professional groups/Services

University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning representative for Head of School on NZIA Auckland Branch Committee

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Milojevic, P. M. (2011). Mining Heritage in the Norwegian Arctic: Corneil Architects’ Unrealised Projects for Narvik and Mo i Rana 1992-1997. On the Surface: The Heritage of Mines and Mining Leeds UK: Leeds Met Press.
  • Milojevic, P. M. (2009). Practice/Theory: Interstitiality and holey in Canadian cities. In G. T. Kapelos (Ed.) From Theory into Practice: Proceedings of the 2009 SSAC/SEAC Annual Conference Toronto, Canada.
  • Milojevic, P. M. (2009). Architecture e+c introductory panel. In E. Corneil, C. Corneil (Eds.) Architecture E+C : Work of Elin + Carmen Corneil, 1958 to 2008 (pp. 4-5). Halifax, Nova Scotia CA: TUNS Press.
  • Milojevic, P. M. (2009). Hilandar Panoramas. New Zealand
  • Hanrahan, S., de Pietro, P., Halsey Brown, L., Haw, A., Malins, J., Milojevic, M., ... Weckman, J. K. (2009). 'Interface: Virtual Environments in Art, Design and Education': A report on a conference exploring VLEs in art and design education. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 8 (1), 99-128. 10.1177/1474022208098305
  • Milojevic, P. M. (2009). The Medina as Palimpsest: Centre and Periphery. The Mediterranean Medina: International seminar, 49-55. Pescara, Italy: Gangemi Editore SpA.
  • Milojevic, P. M. (2009). Reconstructing Hilandar Monastery 2004-09: the first phase. In C. A. Brebbia (Ed.) Structural Studies, Repairs and Maintenance of Heritage Architecture XI, 109, 33-45. Tallinn: WIT Press. 10.2495/STR090041
  • Milojevic, P. M. architecture e + c work of elin+carmen corneil 1958 to 2008 [various] V-Sim Gallery, Carleton University, Ottawa, CA Oct 2008- ; The Eric Arthur Gallery, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, University of Toronto, Toronto CA 39 Apr 2009-17 Jul 2009; Architecture Gallery, School of Architecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax CA 10 Sep 2009 - 25 Sep 2009. 1/10/2008 - 25/9/2009

Contact details

Primary office location

Level 5, Room 536
New Zealand