Saša Randić was born in 1964 in Rijeka, Croatia. He graduated from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture in 1990.

In the following period he joined the Post-graduate Program at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam, where he got his MA in 1992, being among the InstituteÕs very first generation. From 2003 to 2007 he was President of the Croatian Architects Association, where initiated various researches on transformational processes in the Croatian territory, such as the Congress of Croatian Architects in 2004 and 2007. He was editor-in-chief of the ČIP, the magazine of the Croatian Architects Association from 2008 and in 2009 he initiated, a blog about architecture and design.

Saša Randić, together with Idis Turato, founded Randić-Turato Architects in 1993 in Rijeka, Croatia, with whom he worked until 2009. In 2009 he founded the architectural office Randic and Associates.

Saša Randić has lectured at Harvard University GSD, ETH Zurich, Berlage Institute Rotterdam, Institute for Advanced Architecture Barcelona, Rotterdam Biennale, TU Munich, and Buenos Aires Biennale. At present he teaches at the Split School of Architecture.