Tina Gregorič
Photo: Ajda Schmidt, Text: Kaja Stradovnik

Gregorič Tina

An international award-winning architect, co-founder of the Dekleva Gregorič Architects studio and a professor at the Technical University of Vienna. She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana and completed her master’s degree in architecture with distinction at the Architectural Association in London. 


In 2003 together with Aljoša Dekleva she founded the internationally successful studio Dekleva Gregorič Architects. In addition to her architectural practice, she is intensively involved in architectural education. She taught architecture at the Technical University of Graz between 2002 and 2004, and in 2014 she became full professor and head of department at the Institute of Architecture and Design at the Technical University of Vienna. She often lectures in Europe and the USA.

Her architectural studio received special praise at the 21 for 21 WAN AWARDS 2012, which showcases 21 architects with the potential for leading architectural production in the 21st century. Their projects have garnered major international success and more than 50 prizes and awards. Even the first project, XXS House, met with international acclaim. The House on the Island of Maui earned the American Architecture Prize 2016 and International Architecture Awards 2012, and the Compact Karst House won the WAN House of the Year 2015 prize and special praise of the Architectural Review House Award 2015. Four of the studio’s projects were nominated for the major Mies van der Rohe architecture prize. In 2014, together with Aljoša Dekleva at BIO50 she set out the basis for nanotourism and received major acclaim for this. At the 2016 Architecture Biennial in Venice, as curators of the Slovenian pavilion they created a well-received presentation.

Tina Gregorič is the author of numerous articles on architecture and co-author of the book Negotiate my boundary!, 2002: London, and the book Home by Dekleva Gregorič architects, 2016: Ljubljana. In 2018 she co-curated the ground-breaking monograph exhibition Stanko Kristl, Architect - Humanity and Space at the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana.