Darija Perković-Bosnjak is a licensed landscape architect and a scientist from Croatia. Her professional experience includes landscape protection and conservation, urban green infrastructure, public-corporate-residential landscape design and project management. Over the years, she has developed a particular interest regarding the natural and cultural heritageof both continental and mediterranean Croatian historical and cultural landscapes, working on research and projects related to sustainable and resilient urban and suburban development. She has teaching experience in the area of landscape design and has been speaker at various international conferences on urbanism, spatial planning, protection of heritage and biotechnical sciences. Perković holds a Master’s Degree in landscape architecture from The University of Zagreb, Croatia (2010) and after passing the State exam in construction and spatial planning (2016) is a licensed landscape architect. Currently is a PhD candidate in Sustainable Development and Spatial Planning, the Doctoral study at the Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, researching the interrelation between coastal touristic development and urban green spaces in the area of North Adriatic. She was an IFLA/IFLA Europe delegate from Croatian Association of Landscape Architects (CALA) since 2016 to 2019 when she was elected IFLA Europe Executive Council Vice President Communication.
- MA Landscape Architect
- Licensed Landscape Architect HKA (Croatian Chamber of Architects)
- CALA (Croatian Association of Landscape Architects) member
- PhD Candidate in Sustainable Development and Spatial Planning, University of Zagreb, The Faculty of Science
- KREATIVNA RJEŠENJA Architecture Design & Art, Owner and CEO