Dorka Sármán, born in 1992 in Budapest (Hungary), studied landscape architecture at Corvinus University of Budapest and Szent István University. While attending university she was working in the private sector, planning and constructing family house gardens for five years. The topic of her master’s thesis was the rehabilitation of a housing estate in the III. district of Budapest, built in the socialist era in the ’80ies, which is a very relevant topic these days in Hungary.
2016-2018 – Szent István University, Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Conservation and Development: Landscape Architect (MSc)
Dissertation: Rehabilitation of the Housing Estate of Pók utca
2010-2016 – Corvinus University of Budapest – Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Conservation and Development: Landscape Architect (BSc)
Dissertation: Adaptation of native perennials in garden design
2017-present – Újirány Tájépítész Kft. / New Directions Landscape Architects Ltd.
2018 – Diploma prize of the Faculty of Landscape Architecture
2017 – Design prize, Szent György tér – Dísz tér Competition, Budapest (Hungary) teamwork