Commissioners CV’s

Decision on the Appointment of Members of the Commission to Preserve National Monuments


The Commission Secretariat

Commission to Preserve National Monuments granted Charter for its contribution to the preservation and renovation of the cultural and historical heritage

Dr. Amir Pašić

He is professor of architecture (1999), professor of urban planning (2000), and professor of theory and history of architecture and historic preservation (2009).
Currently he is affiliated with the University of Sarajevo as the head of the Doctorate Program in Architecture, and the head of Centre for development of university campus.
Also, he was lecturing at more than 30 universities worldwide, among them: Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul; Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul; Harvard University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Columbia University; the University of Pennsylvania; the Royal Polytechnic Institute in Stockholm, York University, UK; La Sapienza University Rome; Alcala de Hennares University Madrid; Yale University; Cornell University, and King Saud University, Riyadh; KSA.
Since 1993, he is the Head of Architectural Department in the Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture (IRCICA), Istanbul, and the Program Coordinator of large international projects: the Mostar 2004 Project (1994-2004); Al-Quds/Jerusalem 2015 program, and the educational program on Islamic urban heritage.
He is a member of ICOMOS Ad Hoc Working Group consisting of about 30 Academics from 22 countries related to the establishment of an ICOMOS forum of universities.
He was the member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina National Commission for UNESCO till 2016.
He served as the leading consultant for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, Geneva (1995-2006); the World Monuments Fund, New York (1998-2004); and made a several missions for ICOMOS Paris.
As an architect/planner he was in charge for four large projects in urban preservation and numerous architectural projects, primary in restoration.
He won six architectural awards, including the 1986 Aga Khan Award for Architecture for the successful restoration of the Old Town of Mostar, and he was coordinating ten years activities on rehabilitation of the same town after its total destruction in the 1992-95 war.
The author or co-author of 21 books and 47 articles, and also author of the Nomination dossier for the UNESCO World Heritage property “Old Bridge Area of the Old Town of Mostar“(2005).
He is the editor in chief of “Architecture and Science Journal”, Mostar, and the regional editor for Arab States in the “Journal of Cultural Management and Sustainable Development” London.

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