Lidija Grozdanic, Architizer

Lidija Grozdanic


Contact Lidija

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Architizer
  • inhabitat

Past articles by Lidija:

Game of (Porcelain) Thrones: 10 Stunning Public Restrooms

Architects are elevating objects of rather prosaic functions to the level of superb design work. → Read More

8 Impossibly Dynamic Façades That Were Actually Built

Architects: Showcase your work and find the perfect materials for your next project through Architizer. Manufacturers: Sign up now to learn how you can get seen by the world’s top architecture firms. Hardly any field in architectural practice can match the appeal of creating fully responsive environments. Commonly used to denote the performative role of computational systems and… → Read More

How Technology Is Transforming the Architectural Visualization Industry

CGarchitect went live 15 years ago and has since evolved into a go-to source of information on architectural visualization and a community platform. → Read More

Stranger Things: Exploring Japan’s Love of Weird Architecture

Although simplicity and sensitivity to the natural environment still act as hallmarks of Japanese architecture, this architectural family — like every other — has no shortage of “freaks.” → Read More

Alberto Campo Baeza: The Art of "Silent" Architecture

​When trying to place Alberto Campo Baeza's work within the context of contemporary architecture, it is best to imagine a large anechoic chamber sitting in the middle of a rock concert. → Read More

The self-sufficient Gut Feeling house produces more electricity than it uses

This narrow house, nestled in Oberaudorf — a village in Bavaria, Germany — is the perfect place to refuel and find inspiration. Architect Markus Eck designed the house, named Gut Feeling, as a vacation home suitable for two people. See the inside of this energy efficient rental home. → Read More

Architects propose a giant circular park in the sky for Asti, Italy

This green-roofed car park in Italy doubles a beautiful public space. The project, designed by architects Angelo Salamone and Ilaria Filippi of AS-DOES, is an example of green social infrastructure. → Read More

The Jackson House floats at the base of a canyon in Big Sur

This retreat, located at the base of a canyon in the Big Sur area of Northern California, is a blend of an array of building materials, including copper and concrete. Fougeron Architecture designed the Jackson House as a modern holiday home on stilts that appears to float over the site. → Read More

Designers envision innovative affordable housing for Sydney

The Sydney Affordable Housing Challenge calls for ideas that try to solve the affordable housing shortage in Sydney. Many of the successful entries offer more than just housing — they design spaces that build communities. See the incredible winning projects that re-imagine affordable housing. → Read More

This foldable, solar-powered skyscraper provides instant shelter in disaster zones is a mobile skyscraper that can be folded and transported to natural disaster zones. Polish designers Damian Granosik, Jakub Kulisa and Piotr Pańczyk envisioned the design as a compact multi-purpose hub that can be set up using minimal manpower in the shortest possible amount of time. → Read More

Daylit studio and courtyard breathe new life into a 1940s house in Seattle

A new studio and courtyard inspired by ancient Chinese housing design maximize the potentials of an existing house in Seattle. Grasshopper Studio and Courtyard, designed by Wittman Estes Architecture + Landscape, encourages flexibility, and exhibits an outdoor area filled with greenery. → Read More

The Fire Prevention Skyscraper brings sustainable housing to areas affected by forest fires

This skyscraper aims to reintroduce sustainable housing and restore biodiversity lost during forest fires that swept through Chile in the last couple years. Claudio C. Araya Arias designed the Fire Prevention Skyscraper as a modular system that can grow incrementally and mitigate future catastrophes. → Read More

This pop-up bar made from a recycled shipping container brings the party to you

Canadian prefab home builder Honomobo has designed a pop-up bar from a recycled shipping container. Whether you want to entertain guests in your backyard, by the lake, or in the mountains, the Honomobar is a great solution. Find out more about this transportable bar that brings the party to you. → Read More

This house from Skylab Architecture mimics the appearance of the Rocky Mountains

Portland studio Skylab Architecture has designed Owl Creek Residence, an angular retreat that both blends into and offers expansive views of Colorado’s mountainous landscapes. The house's rugged steel structure mimics the nearby mountains, enhancing the building's connection to the landscape. → Read More

SOM unveils images of new undulating mixed-use tower in China

SOM's new mixed-use tower in China is expected to become a global destination. The Hangzhou Wangchao Center, located in the heart of Hangzhou, features innovative design that combines structural, programmatic and environmental strategies. Check out the first images of this impressive tower. → Read More

This self-sustaining Australian home harvests its own food, energy, and water

CplusC Architectural Workshop has renovated a 1980s terrace house into a sustainable home. → Read More

Solar-powered house in Ontario redefines sustainable living in the wilderness

This cottage in Canada's wilderness is redefining sustainable living in remote locations. Featuring plenty of storage space, beautiful furniture, solar-powered energy and other unique features, this home is incredible and efficient. Its location also offers a serene, calm backdrop that you must see. → Read More

The affordable, carbon-positive CORE 9 house can generate more energy than it uses

With its CORE 9 home project, Beaumont Concepts aims to redefine how affordable sustainable housing is designed and built. → Read More

This "boat" on wheels turns city dwellers into urban adventurers...

This temporary installation in Utrecht, the Netherlands, transforms its site into an unknown land full of discoveries. → Read More

This plant-covered house in Indonesia has a "second skin" that helps keep the interior coo...

Architecture firm HYJA has designed a house with a protective external layer that minimizes the effects of direct sunlight. → Read More