Mladen Jadric is teaching and practising architecture in Vienna, Austria.
He is the founder and principal of JADRIC ARCHITEKTUR ZT GmbH.
He has realized a wide range of projects of different scales: architectural and urban design projects, including housing, residences, art installations and experiments with new materials and technologies in Austria, the USA, Finland, and China. He has been teaching at the TU Wien, Faculty of Architecture and Planning and has gained extensive experience as a visiting professor and guest lecturer in Europe, the USA, Asia, Australia, and South America.
His works were exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, UK; M.I.T., Cooper Union, and Roger Williams University, USA; Alvar Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland; the Architectural Biennale in Venice, Italy; the World Architectural Triennale in Tokyo, Japan; Museum of the 20th Century, Berlin, Germany; Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urban Planning, Korea; NIT-Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan, and many more. 
He has been awarded the State Prize for Experimental Architecture, Karl Scheffel Prize and Schorsch Prize for housing by the City of Vienna as well as the Grand Prize by the Mayor of Busan Metropolitan City, Republic of Korea.
Mladen Jadric is chairman of the architectural section in “Künstlerhaus”, the oldest association of artists and architects in Austria. He is also deputy chairman of the architectural section of the Chamber of Civil Engineers of Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland.