Prior to joining Jo Cowen Architects in 2018, Sirage worked at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners for over 2 years, where he was involved in some of the firm’s most celebrated projects. Some of which include the Stirling Prize nominated Macallan Distillery in Scotland, as well as the $4 billion Melbourne Metro project (Australia) for Anzac’s new metro station, and The Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge (London).
Sirage completed his M.Arch at The University of Bath with a First Class Honours where he was nominated for the RIBA Presidents Medal 2020, the AJ Student Prize 2020 and awarded the Stride Treglown Urban Design Prize for the highest scoring group project titled “Save the Sava – Zagreb Masterplan” a sustainable model for urban modernisation. Sirage is a firm believer in the social, environmental and cultural agency of architecture, fueling the agenda for his thesis project “The Balkan Forum”. A building looking to address the urgent issue of socially integrating refugees in Zagreb, manifested as a cultural beacon within the Balkans.
He is currently completing his Part III studies at the University of Cambridge whilst at JCA.