Tina Gregoric was born in Slovenia, where she studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Ljubljana. She finished her postgraduate studies with distinction in 2002 at the Architectural Association in London. Since then, she has worked with Zara Hadid architects in London, taught at the TU Graz and founded Dekleva Gregorič Architects with Aljosa Dekleva. Today, she is also professor of architecture and head of department at TU Wien.
Her work pursues the concepts of ‘research by design’ and ‘design by research’. She enacts diverse projects with different scales and programmes in diverse climates and localities.
She has been nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award several times, was awarded the Wan House of the Year 2015 Award or the International Architecture Awards 2012, just to name a few.
Her most well-known projects include the University Campus Livade 1.0 in Izola, Slovenia, XXS house in Ljubljana, or the Cliftop house in Maui, Hawaii.