Darko Radović is Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Keio University and visiting Professor at the United Nations University, Tokyo. Over the last twenty-five years he has taught, researched and practised architecture and urbanism in Europe, Australia and Asia, and held senior academic positions at the universities of Belgrade (1991-93), Melbourne (1993-2009), Tokyo (2006-8), United Nations (2009-current) and Keio (2009-current), in addition to a number of visiting positions of various length and character (eg. in Hong Kong, Singapore, Milano).
At Keio University, Darko Radović is a Head of Architectural and Urban Design Research Laboratory co+labo, co-founder and co-director of International Keio Institute for Architecture and Urbanism - IKI (with Sejima and Kobayashi; 2010), one of the founding members of Smart Communities Project (2015-2024) and Keio Architecture Initiative (2015-current). He headed strategic international research project Measuring the non-Measurable (2011-14) and sits on the Steering Committee of GESL - Global Environmental System Leaders Program (since 2012).
Darko published in Europe, Australia and Asia, in English, Serbian/Croatian, Japanese, Italian, Korean and Thai languages. His books include Green City (2005, Routledge/UNSW Press; with Low, Gleeson, Green); Urbophilia (2007, University of Belgrade PAPS Publishers); Cross-Cultural Urban Design (2007, Routledge, with Bull, Boontharm, Parin, Tapie); Another Tokyo (2008, University of Tokyo cSUR & ichii Shobou); eco-urbanity (2009, Routledge). He introduced Measuring the non-Measurable research book edition (Tokyo: flick Studio and IKI), which includes his small Tokyo (co-edited with Boontharm, 2011), The Split Case: Density, Intensity, Resilience (co-edited with Kuma, Boontharm, Grgić, 2012); Intensities in Ten Cities (ed., 2013); Tokyo dérive: In Search of Urban Intensities (ed., 2013); Subjectivities in Investigations of the Urban: the Scream, the Mirror, the Shadow, (2014) and In Search of Urban Quality: 100 maps of Kuhonbutsugawa Street, Jiyugaoka (with D. Boontharm; 2014).
In 2015 Darko Radović received the title of Honorary Alumnus of Keio, the oldest university in Japan.