BEng, MSc Zuzanna Bartman
Faculty: Art, Technique and Communication
Field of study: Architecture
MSc, landscape architect, graduate in the field of Landscape Architecture at Warsaw School of Life Sciences, member of the Association of Polish Architects.
Professional experience gained in the years 2013-2017 in the course of practical professional placements in Poland in the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, in the Department of Preservation of Monuments in Warsaw, in the Grima Architecture and Landscape landscape workshop in Warsaw through cooperation in the following projects: Eko Park of Gdansk University and Western Park in Warsaw as well as in the United States, in New York State in the Summerhill Landscapes firm, designing and supervising the implementation of private residential gardens projects. She expanded her knowledge of plants working for the Polish Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden – Center for the Preservation of Biological Diversity in Powsin acting as a guide in the collection of plants to be seen in the Garden grounds and well as in its greenhouses and galleries. In the years 2018-2020, an independent assistant in the Chair of Landscape Architecture, WOBIAK, Warsaw University of Life Sciences. In the years 2020-2021, she was employed as inspector for project documentation in the Management of Urban Green Areas in the capital city of Warsaw. Since 2019, she has been combining the designer’s work with teaching landscape architecture in the field of Architecture in the faculty of Art, Technique and Communication at Vistula University in Warsaw. Co-author of projects for the restoration of the historical gardens of the Muzeum Łazienki Królewskie in Warsaw palace-park complex: the garden by the White House, the historical garden around Myśliwiecki Palace, the decorative flowerbed by the Trou Madame pavilion, the surroundings of Diana’s Temple with the localization of Omphalos, the Concept of the Chinese Pavilion with the classicist surroundings of the Chinese Garden, the Modernist Geometrical Garden and the Modernist Naturalist Garden.
Areas of didactic/scientific interests:
- historical gardens;
- public space related projects and the role of green areas in public space.