Lidija Grozdanic

 

Lidija is an architect and environmental journalist. Going back and forth between writing and designing, she finds the two areas mutually inspiring. After graduating at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, she stepped into the uncharted territory of freelancing. She reported on the RIO+20 Summit in Rio de Janeiro, where she learned about the politics of sustainable development and caipirinha cocktails. Lidija has also produced work for Internews’ Earth Journalism Network, GreenUp Blog and eVolo Magazine. An incurable cinephile, she plans on creating a blog that will serve as an outlet for her obsession with cinematography and film production design.

Lidija Grozdanic
Renovated Geneva Ethnography Museum to Open Next Month

Renovated Geneva Ethnography Museum to Open Next Month

The architects designed a new metal roof for the Helene Lancoux media library, which includes more than 40,000 works dedicated to cultural history. The roof's diamond-shaped windows allows

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Stunning West Virginia Home Showcases Trees as Living Works of Art

Stunning West Virginia Home Showcases Trees as Living Works of Art

The Hayes Residence is located in Berkeley Springs amidst the lush forest of the West Virginia hills. Instead of cutting the trees down, the architects decided to build around them and include

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Watch This Shape-Shifting Building Shrink and Expand as Temperatures Change (Video)

Watch This Shape-Shifting Building Shrink and Expand as Temperatures Change (Video)

Τranslated Geometries from efilena baseta on Vimeo. Architects dream about buildings that can change shape to suit varying environmental conditions, and constantly tinker with the technology

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Coniferous Clock Shows the Passing of Time With Browning Cedar Leaves

Coniferous Clock Shows the Passing of Time With Browning Cedar Leaves

Japanese collective Bril has created a clock without ticking hands or numbers - instead, it marks the passage of time through browning of cedar leaves. Inspired by cedar boughs used in sake

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Wuhan Park Place Lifestyle Project Merges Urban Farming and High-Density Living in China

Wuhan Park Place Lifestyle Project Merges Urban Farming and High-Density Living in China

The neighborhoods in Wuhan Park Place will center around transit stations, ensuring smooth and optimal connectivity between different urban environments. Residential towers will punctuate finger

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Extraordinary House of Hungarian Music Has No Straight Lines or Planar Surfaces

Extraordinary House of Hungarian Music Has No Straight Lines or Planar Surfaces

The building’s unique shape is meant to serve as a backdrop for different events and uses its acoustical performance to augment the experience of music. Its form, based on the Gyroid-an

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Energy Efficient 46-Unit Passivhaus Bruck Building Opens In China

Energy Efficient 46-Unit Passivhaus Bruck Building Opens In China

The apartment building achieves 95 percent energy savings over other comparable buildings of its size and incorporates some of the most up-to-date sustainable technologies and strategies. The

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A Gigantic Carpet Made Entirely From Flowers Just Popped Up in Brussels!

A Gigantic Carpet Made Entirely From Flowers Just Popped Up in Brussels!

Begonias are chosen for their robustness, resistance to bad weather and longevity, thanks to which the carpet can stay in place for days. Vivid colors and delicate pastel shades create a

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Visiondivision Wants Swedish Boat Owners to Store Their Vessels Atop Water Fountains!

Visiondivision Wants Swedish Boat Owners to Store Their Vessels Atop Water Fountains!

According to Sweden’s building regulations, which take into account the high number of boat owners in the country, residents are allowed to build 270-square-feet of additional covered space on

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Rustic Modern Home Built from Salvaged Wood Acts Like a Bridge in Chile

Rustic Modern Home Built from Salvaged Wood Acts Like a Bridge in Chile

Casa Estero Puente covers an area of 100 x 50 meters and acts as a bridge over a creek in Ulmos forest, located in the Lagos Region in Chile. The lightweight structure was elevated in order to

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Shenzhen’s Vanke One City Mimics the Surrounding Forest and Waterfront

Shenzhen’s Vanke One City Mimics the Surrounding Forest and Waterfront

The project’s retail areas mimic the transition from forest to sea, as it gradually changes its structure and appearance towards the waterfront. This part of the development comprises

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Tiny Shelter Made From Recycled Window Shutters Opens Up to the Outside World

Tiny Shelter Made From Recycled Window Shutters Opens Up to the Outside World

Dennis Vullings and Lotte de Moor's Ont-luik pavilion is a small wooden structure that provides a transformable space for reflection and meditation. The pavilion was chosen as one of the winning

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HippopoThames: Giant Hippo Spotted on London’s River Thames!

HippopoThames: Giant Hippo Spotted on London’s River Thames!

A giant hippo was recently spotted floating on London’s River Thames! No, it's not a freakish migration caused by global warming; rather it's a work of art by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman,

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Compact Prefab House is Made from a Single Shipping Container in Milan

Compact Prefab House is Made from a Single Shipping Container in Milan

The upgraded version of the house comes with several options included in the base model, which comprises a bedroom with a double bed, three-piece bathroom with shower, several closets and a

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SHED Architecture Merges Concrete, Wood and Aluminum in a Cozy Refuge for an Elderly Seattle Couple

SHED Architecture Merges Concrete, Wood and Aluminum in a Cozy Refuge for an Elderly Seattle Couple

The house is located in Seattle's Leschi neighborhood and takes its name from the pedestrian path that that connects its site to the north. The 20-foot slope enabled the architects to design a

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Amazing Transforming Cube Packs Many Rooms in One

Amazing Transforming Cube Packs Many Rooms in One

This engaging space can be used for studying, sleeping and can become a great playground for when the kids bring their friends over. Free from typical furniture, the 33-square-meter space is

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Bio-Hotel Ulrichshof’s New Luxury Addition is Inspired by Old Bavarian Fairytales

Bio-Hotel Ulrichshof’s New Luxury Addition is Inspired by Old Bavarian Fairytales

Located within the beautiful Bavarian Forest in Germany, the Ulrichshof hotel has earned a reputation as one of the most kid-friendly hotels in the world, but since last Easter, the complex

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Tiny Baobed Treehouse is a Cocoon-Like Sleeping Pod for Adventure Seekers

Tiny Baobed Treehouse is a Cocoon-Like Sleeping Pod for Adventure Seekers

Baobed’s oval shape was inspired by exotic fruit that dangles from the branches of baobab trees, known as the “tree of life,” characteristic of African landscapes. Related: Cocoon Tree

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The Garden Igloo is a Pop-Up Geodesic Dome Perfect for Any Backyard

The Garden Igloo is a Pop-Up Geodesic Dome Perfect for Any Backyard

Very easy to assemble, the Garden Igloo comes with a step by step instruction guide. In fact, it's so simple to build, one person can do it themselves! The tiny shelter doesn’t need

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Tiny Off-Grid Hawk House has Soaring Views of the California Mountains

Tiny Off-Grid Hawk House has Soaring Views of the California Mountains

The building is carefully oriented to take advantage of natural lighting, heating and cooling while keeping its impact on its site to a minimum. The redwood bark facade was sourced from a

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A++ Unveils Plans for Falcon Island Eco City in the United Arab Emirates

A++ Unveils Plans for Falcon Island Eco City in the United Arab Emirates

Al Hamra Real Estate Development just appointed sustainable architecture studio A++ to design 150 new luxury villas on Falcon Island in Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE. The new residences are designed to

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VIF Studio’s Rustic Summer Cottage is a Modern-Day Lighthouse in Massachusetts

VIF Studio’s Rustic Summer Cottage is a Modern-Day Lighthouse in Massachusetts

Located on a hillside in the Boston Harbor area, VIF Studio’s Summer Cottage is a two-story home that offers 180-degree views of the harbor. The team, led by architect Lian Eoyang, razed the

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Portland’s Tilikum Crossing to Become America’s First Multimodal Car-Free Bridge

Portland’s Tilikum Crossing to Become America’s First Multimodal Car-Free Bridge

A few weeks ago, the two ends of the bridge were finally connected, showing the outline of the final design. The bridge has several unique features that make it superior to other similar

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A Solar-Powered Hydroponic Food Belt Could Green the Entire Arabian Peninsula

A Solar-Powered Hydroponic Food Belt Could Green the Entire Arabian Peninsula

OAXIS is designed to incorporate a prefabricated modular structures with recycled steel. Several passive strategies would control the building’s environment while roof-mounted photovoltaic

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Brilliant Device Could Completely Replace Crutches!

Brilliant Device Could Completely Replace Crutches!

It is astonishing that the design of crutches hasn't changed much since they were invented about 100 years ago. Behzad Rashidi’s brilliant Sit & Stand Walking Assistant addresses this

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Monolithic Maiden Tower Contrasts Wildly with Austria’s Picturesque Alpine Environment

Monolithic Maiden Tower Contrasts Wildly with Austria’s Picturesque Alpine Environment

The vertical structure creates a visual contrast to the surrounding landscape, not only in its geometry but also through its use of materials. The conspicuous steel envelope pops out of the

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Amazing Chandelier Transforms Any Room Into a Fairytale Forest

Amazing Chandelier Transforms Any Room Into a Fairytale Forest

This stunning Forms in Nature chandelier transforms any room into a fairytale landscape! Inspired by drawings made by German biologist and naturalist Ernst Haeckel, designers Hilden & Diaz

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Nina Lindgren’s Cardboard Floating City Looks Like a Futuristic Movie Cityscape

Nina Lindgren’s Cardboard Floating City Looks Like a Futuristic Movie Cityscape

The art installation, entitled Floating City, has several versions-they are a series of geometric configurations that look like cityscapes and film miniatures. Condensed into tightly-packed

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Kite Building Bricks Look and Snap Together Exactly Like LEGO’s

Kite Building Bricks Look and Snap Together Exactly Like LEGO’s

Of all the LEGO-like building components we’ve seen over the years, Kite Bricks come closest to the famous toy bricks' building technology. The blocks, also referred to as Smart Bricks, allow

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Washington, D.C.’s South African Embassy Gets a Modern Green Renovation

Washington, D.C.’s South African Embassy Gets a Modern Green Renovation

The architects’ primary goal was to create a design which would incorporate elements of South African heritage and style without compromising the aesthetic and structural integrity of the

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