Ines Nizic is a practicing architect and instructor of architecture in Vienna. She completed her studies in the Department of Architecture at the TU Zagreb. Since 1998, she has taught and researched at the TU Wien at the Institute for Architecture and Design in the Research Unit Building Construction and Design, from which she also graduated in 2009 after writing the dissertation „The Influence of Disneyfication on Contemporary Architecture“. She also taught as a visiting professor at the TU Zagreb. Her work has been awarded numerous prizes and has been exhibited in Zagreb, Ljubljana, Vienna, Bolzano, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Bruges, Athens, Stockholm, Shanghai, Nanjing, Rijeka, Salzburg, Innsbruck and the Royal Academy of Arts in London. For the travelling exhibit „Wonderland“, she curated the entries for Croatia and represented Austria at the Young European Architects conferences. From 2007 to 2016, she was a member of the European Scientific Committee. Both in teaching and research, her focus lies on the structural aspects of design strategies.