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
Huge 3D Printer Can Print an Entire Two-Story House in Under a Day

Huge 3D Printer Can Print an Entire Two-Story House in Under a Day

Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis' revolutionary robot can 3D print an entire 2,500-square-foot home in just 24 hours. The technology was first developed at the University of Southern California, and

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Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House to be Moved and Restored by Crystal Bridges Museum

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House to be Moved and Restored by Crystal Bridges Museum

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art just acquired a rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House, and the institution plans to transport it from the Borough of Millstone in New York to Crystal

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Portland’s Record-Breaking Bikescraper has 1,200 Parking Spots for Bikes

Portland’s Record-Breaking Bikescraper has 1,200 Parking Spots for Bikes

The new Hassalo on Eighth residential complex in Portland, Oregon will have no less than 1,200 bike parking spots for its tenants - the largest number in North America! GBD Architects designed

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Foster+Partners’ ComCast Innovation and Technology Tower May be the Tallest LEED-Certified Building in the U.S.

Foster+Partners’ ComCast Innovation and Technology Tower May be the Tallest LEED-Certified Building in the U.S.

Foster+Partners just unveiled the first renders of their 59-story ComCast Innovation and Technology Center, which will be erected right next to the company’s headquarters in Philadelphia. The

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Rammed Earth Muyinga Library Provides a Bright Learning Experience for Deaf Kids in Burundi

Rammed Earth Muyinga Library Provides a Bright Learning Experience for Deaf Kids in Burundi

The construction process was preceded by two months of research and fieldwork, which enabled the architects to incorporate local know-how and traditions of Muyinga province. Studying the

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Prestigious 25 Year AIA Award Goes to the Washington D.C. Metro Rail System

Prestigious 25 Year AIA Award Goes to the Washington D.C. Metro Rail System

The metro reaches out to the city outskirts and is based on the principle of navigability and easily understood organization. The stations, including the new addition on the Siler Line march

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2014 AIA Institute Honor Awards for Architecture Winners Announced

2014 AIA Institute Honor Awards for Architecture Winners Announced

The Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum in Minneapolis designed by HGA Architects and Engineers is a daylit addition to two existing mausoleums built as a simple mass of split-faced grey granite.

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WXCA’s Floating Pavilions Win the Baltic Sea Park Competition in Estonia

WXCA’s Floating Pavilions Win the Baltic Sea Park Competition in Estonia

The design is a multifunctional space that can be used as a venue for various cultural events-from concerts and performances to communal gatherings. It acts as the ending point of a path that

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Fascinating New Greenhouse at Aarhus Botanical Garden Changes Transparency at Different Pressures

Fascinating New Greenhouse at Aarhus Botanical Garden Changes Transparency at Different Pressures

The dome’s energy efficiency comes from the fact that its structure allows for the greatest interior volume with the lowest surface area. Ten steel arches radiate from the longitudinal and

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Golden Doughnut-Shaped Skyscraper Completed in Guangzhou, China

Golden Doughnut-Shaped Skyscraper Completed in Guangzhou, China

The Milan-based architecture studio designed the building for an international competition held in 2099 and envisioned a 33-storey high hollow circular building. The team wanted to avoid copying

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Israeli Architecture Studio SAYA Aims to Reclaim Architects’ Role in Facilitating Peace

Israeli Architecture Studio SAYA Aims to Reclaim Architects’ Role in Facilitating Peace

Israeli architecture studio SAYA designs projects that try to make politicians think more like architects and architects to approach space like policymakers. Through designs for areas of

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Team Unveils WWII Michigan Memorial Phoenix Laboratory Renovation and a New LEED-Certified Institute

Team Unveils WWII Michigan Memorial Phoenix Laboratory Renovation and a New LEED-Certified Institute

The project includes the renovation of the Michigan Phoenix Laboratory, built in 1955 as a living memorial to men and women who lost their lives in the World War II, and a new addition which

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MPOWERD Unveils Luci Aura Color-Changing Inflatable Solar Lantern at CES 2014

MPOWERD Unveils Luci Aura Color-Changing Inflatable Solar Lantern at CES 2014

MPOWERD just launched a colorful new follow-up to its inflatable solar lantern. The energy-efficient Luci Aura can cycle through different hues to suit different atmospheres, from dinner parties

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3D Systems Unveils $500 iSense 3D Scanner for iPad

3D Systems Unveils $500 iSense 3D Scanner for iPad

3D Systems just unveiled their new iSense 3D Scanner, which allows anyone with an iPad to scan entire objects almost as easily as taking a photograph. The compact scanner snaps directly onto an

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3D Systems’ New CubeJet Full-Color 3D Printer Costs Less than $5,000

3D Systems’ New CubeJet Full-Color 3D Printer Costs Less than $5,000

3D Systems’ new CubeJet full-color 3D printer is small enough to put on your desktop and costs less than $5,000. It was unveiled this week as a category-defining 3D printer specifically

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Gorgeous “Up There” IceHotel Suite Brings Parisian Rooftops to the Icy Landscape of Northern Sweden

Gorgeous “Up There” IceHotel Suite Brings Parisian Rooftops to the Icy Landscape of Northern Sweden

Somewhere between architecture and art, the temporary suite offers a trip to one of Paris' historical districts. The designers wanted to recreate the city as seen through literature and cinema

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UK Shatters Wind Power Records in December 2013 by Generating 2.8 Million MWh

UK Shatters Wind Power Records in December 2013 by Generating 2.8 Million MWh

The UK broke a series of wind energy records in December 2013 - including the record for most wind power produced in a single month. In December, Britain generated a total of 2,841,080 megawatt

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Christopher Megowan’s Convertible Courtyards House Acts Like a Chameleon in Melbourne, Australia

Christopher Megowan’s Convertible Courtyards House Acts Like a Chameleon in Melbourne, Australia

The architects created a central courtyard between the weatherboard and the extension, and brought plenty of natural lighting to the open kitchen, dining area and living room. A glazed linkway

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Cut Out the Darkness: Panasonic Launches Online Contest to Bring Light to Off-Grid Areas

Cut Out the Darkness: Panasonic Launches Online Contest to Bring Light to Off-Grid Areas

Panasonic recently launched “Cut Out the Darkness”, a contest designed to help people living in regions without electricity. The contest challenges entrants to design affordable cut-out

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Halley VI: The World’s First Modular Research Station in Antarctica Can Climb Through Snow

Halley VI: The World’s First Modular Research Station in Antarctica Can Climb Through Snow

Halley Research Stations, run by the British Antarctic Survey, are dedicated to exploring the Earth's atmosphere. The data collected at Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica, where the stations are

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Patterned 3xLP Wall Made from Locally-Sourced Steel Wins the SKIN Digital Fabrication Competition

Patterned 3xLP Wall Made from Locally-Sourced Steel Wins the SKIN Digital Fabrication Competition

The architects used ultra strong steel fabricated at a local factory - Rigidized Metals Corporation and tested its structural potentials. Texturing the sheet material strengthened it and allowed

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Guy Laramée Carves a Majestic Lifelike Mountain Range Out of an Encyclopedia Britannica Set

Guy Laramée Carves a Majestic Lifelike Mountain Range Out of an Encyclopedia Britannica Set

Using similar techniques applied to previous sculptures, such as The Great Wall and Guan Yin, the artist created an entire mountain range inspired by his travels to South America. The majestic

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Great Green Roof Crowns the New St. Elizabeths East Gateway Pavilion in Historic D.C.

Great Green Roof Crowns the New St. Elizabeths East Gateway Pavilion in Historic D.C.

The building stands on a site formerly occupied by the St. Elizabeths Hospital which dates back to the times of the Civil War. Now the 18-[acre plot provides a setting for communal and public

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World’s First Self-Replicating 3D Printer Assembles in Just 30 Minutes

World’s First Self-Replicating 3D Printer Assembles in Just 30 Minutes

If you’re thinking of buying a 3D printer, why not get one that can replicate itself? Boots Industries' new BI V2.0 3D printer can produce parts of a clone that can be assembled in a mere 30

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Lambert Kamps’ Inflatable Fort-Like Shelter is Great for Cozy Winter Snoozing

Lambert Kamps’ Inflatable Fort-Like Shelter is Great for Cozy Winter Snoozing

The shelter is constructed of a 220 meter inflatable tube, which looks like a sandbag fortress. Unlike the real thing, this “soft version” was made for snuggling and being comfortable,

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Spectacular Budapest Christmas Tree is Made of 365 Sleighs That Will be Donated to Children in Need

Spectacular Budapest Christmas Tree is Made of 365 Sleighs That Will be Donated to Children in Need

The temporary installation was put together using welding techniques that made its structure look like a giant snowflake. The carpenters of Hello Wood created a wooden frame, which was brought

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Awesome Replica of Dorothy’s Iconic Twister-Swept House from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ Built with Scraps

Awesome Replica of Dorothy’s Iconic Twister-Swept House from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ Built with Scraps

The house project combines architecture, sculpture and installation art. The team led by artist Jared Cowan purposely kept to the 24 hour time limit so that the final piece doesn’t look too

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Crazy ‘Step Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

Crazy ‘Step Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

This crazy 'Step into the Void' installation is not for the faint of heart. Built on the uppermost terrace of Europe’s highest mountain peak, Aiguille du Midi, a glass cube offers the most

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Nice Architects Propose a Hill Built from Construction Rubble for Adelaide Rocks in Australia

Nice Architects Propose a Hill Built from Construction Rubble for Adelaide Rocks in Australia

The artificial hill in the middle of the block is a multi-layered space built around the principles of sustainability and public accessibility. The proposal comprises a strong urban gesture - a

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Architects Use Film Techniques to Design the ‘Cross-Cutting’ Masterplan in Norway

Architects Use Film Techniques to Design the ‘Cross-Cutting’ Masterplan in Norway

The site is divided into three main areas with the historical center working as a connective tissue between the north and the south. It is further fragmented by the motorway, which divides it

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