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Zlatan Sehovic

Zlatan Sehovic


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Zlatan Sehovic is a licensed architect, designer, and artist currently pursuing a Masters of Design in Energy and Environments at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). Zlatan's focus is on understanding ways in which the built and natural environment can be better integrated through technology and design. He hopes that by looking to nature– specifically biological systems– for inspiration, research may uncover new design strategies for improving building performance. Zlatan is particularly interested in how materials and assemblies can act as performative systems to help buildings capture, store, and manage energy more efficiently while improving occupant comfort. 

Prior to coming to Harvard, Zlatan worked as a Project Designer in the Architecture Department at Johnson Fain in Los Angeles from 2013 to 2017. His work included several high-rise towers in the U.S. and abroad, along with a number of institutional, residential mixed-use projects, and a winery. His most notable project was his work on the transformation of renowned architect Philip Johnson's Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, where he collaborated closely with other architects, designers, and engineers to help design an innovative shading system for the all-glass building that optimized the building's performance for solar heat gain, lighting, acoustics, and thermal comfort. Zlatan holds a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council and is a member of the AIA (American Institute of Architects).


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Naturally heated homes for colder and poorer regions of the worldNov 2, 2017


Zlatan Sehovic is supporting proposal Naturally heated homes for colder and poorer regions of the worldNov 2, 2017
Zlatan Sehovic joined the Climate CoLab communityNov 2, 2017