IVANIŠIN. KABASHI. ARHITEKTI is a research oriented, open architectural practice founded by Krunoslav Ivanišin and Lulzim Kabashi in Dubrovnik and Zagreb in 2003, active in fields of architectural design and urban planning. They have won a number of design competitions in Croatia and abroad and constructed projects of various scales, for private and public clients.
Their projects were published in international books and professional magazines. Public car park and sports hall in Dubrovnik was awarded the biennial national CEMEX Award for infrastructural buildings for 2010, Kosovo Embassy in Zagreb was shortlisted for the Contractworld Award in Hanover, Germany for 2011, and Kovačić- Šojlev residence in Zagreb was nominated for the national prize for residental architecture in 2005.They have lectured and exhibited internationally: FA Zagreb, TU Graz, IUAV Venice, ETSAM Madrid, IAAC Barcelona, AIT Salon in Munich and Hamburg, UIA Congress Istanbul, Biennial of Architecture Buenos Aires, Dubrovnik Festival of Architecture, Belgrade Architecture Week, Skopje Architecture Week, AAK Conference Prishtina. Magnifiers of Natural and Technological Elements project for revaluation of the hydroelectric dam Piva- Mratinje was exhibited in the Montenegrin Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of 2010.
Lulzim Kabashi (Pejë, 1969) studied architecture in Prishtina and Zagreb. He received his degree from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture in 1996. He is professional menthor for AF Zagreb students, and nominator for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture, Mies van der Rohe Award since 2012.