Redefining the nature of home. Curated by Jemima Retallack and Aaron Peters.
Zuzana Kovar is an academic and practitioner. She established Zuzana and Nicholas, along with Nicholas Skepper, in 2013 as a multidisciplinary practice that engages in architecture, arts practice, architectural research and education. The practice has been recognized for exemplary work in residential architecture, particularly for sensitive adaptations, renovations and extensions to traditional housing.
Zuzana holds a PhD from the RMIT School of Architecture and Design, which was published as a monograph in 2017. Her theoretical research is interested in the notion of bodily boundaries and more broadly the conversations around bodies and spaces within the fields of architecture, philosophy, art and film. She holds a lecturing appointment at Griffith University, where she teaches design and contemporary theory.