Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Zagreb in 2000.
After graduation worked for six years at Randić & Turato architects in Rijeka.
In 2008 opened her own office and started teaching as an assistant at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Split.
Condominium Pogorelić, Split
Villa Spacamiža, island of Brač (author with Luka Cvitan- built)
Apartment villas Kuk, Makarska (with Lorena Posinković- project)
Villa Kuk, Makarska (with Lorena Posinković- project)
Family house Jerini, Krk (built)
Conservation study on house Gospodnetić, Jelsa
Family house Jurić, Komiža (built)
Big Square and the Park of Roman Catholic Diocese in Novigrad (author together with Dražen Vitolović, Željko Jeličić and Luka Cvitan)
Islamic centre in Osijek (author together with Željko Jeličić, Luka Cvitan and Tomislav Nejašmić)
Family house Marina, Kaštel Gomilica (project)
Reconstruction of the facade Scam Marine, Rijeka (together with Dražen Vitolović and Željko Jeličić – project)
Surroundings and infrastructure of the Plano vineyards (project)
Family house MR, Krk (built)
The reconstruction of the northeastern fort, Seget Donji (built)
Condominium MR (built)
Production designer for telenovela ‘Matrimonio’, Mbc drama, Dubai
Family house Magaš, Cres (built)
Conservation study on reconstruction of the gothic house complex Ban Berislavić, Trogir
Design competition ‘Block Badel‘, Zagreb (author with Zvonimir Kontrec, associate Luka Bekavac)
Design competition ‘Youth Centre‘, Split (author with Zvonimir Kontrec)
Set design for the television series ‘Ruža vjetrova’, season 2
Family house Stanić , Ćukarija, Hum (project)
Family house Glumac, Kaštel Stari (built)
Family house MR2, Krk (built)
Family house Juras (built)
Family house Smolej, Stari grad (built)
Set design for the televison series ‘Ruža vjetrova’, season 1
Interior design for the main auditorium at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Split
Family house Ivković (Villa Sepia), Trogir (built)
Fošal redevelopment, Omiš (author with Viktor Popović)
Elementary school and kindergarten, Pazdigrad, Split (author with Raphaela Schaher)
Interior of business premises, Opatija (built)
Permanent exhibition in Novigrad lapidarium (team member in Randić & Turato architecture bureau)
A mortuary for the Resnik cemetery, Zagreb (author with Dubravka Perica)
Residential-business centre Zagrad in Rijeka (member of the expert team in Randić & Turato architecture bureau)
Hotel Rovinj in Rovinj (as a special team member at Randić-Turato Architects, 1st award)
City parking garage Poreč (as a special team member at Randić-Turato Architects, 1st award)
Family house BK, Tribunj (built)
Family house NB, Kostrena, Rijeka (with Ajda Vogelnik-built)
Design of signage for cultural, tourist and commercial attractions in the historic center of Split. (author with Mirna Grbac, Ana Pojatina and Viktor Popović, 1st prize)
Family house MM, Bilice (built)
Spatial and program study for the commercial center in Gruž, Dubrovnik (associate at Randić-Turato Architects, 3rd prize)
’Zapadna Žabica’ bus terminal, Rijeka (associate at Randić-Turato Architects, special mention)
Sunce-Retkovec Kindergarten, Zagreb (author with Zorana Protić and Vanja Bišćanić, award)
Kindergarten in Lanište, Zagreb (author with Zorana Protić and Vanja Bišćanić, 2nd prize)
Student accommodation and restaurant for the University of Rijeka campus (associate at Randić-Turato Architects, 2nd prize)
POS social housing, Sisak (author with Zorana Protić and Vanja Bišćanić, 2nd prize)
Gradski Vrt indoor arena (associate at Koružnjak-Domić Architects, 1st prize)
Study of social housing for the Ministry of Spatial Planning (associate to authors: Ivana Ergić, Vanja Ilić, Zorislav Petrić, 1st prize)
Vanja Bišćanić, m.arch.
Dubravka Perica, m.arch.
Zvonimir Kontrec, m.arch.
Viktor Popović, academy- trained painter
Zorana Protić, m.arch.
Raphaela Schacher, m.arch.
Ajda Vogelnik-Saje, m.arch.
Luka Cvitan, b.arch.
Tomislav Nejašmić, b.arch.
Lorena Posinković, b.arch.
Dražen Vitolović, academy-trained sculptor
Željko Jeličić, designer
Robert Dziki, b.arch.
Luka Bekavac, b.arch.
Director and curator for the exhibition ‘Thoughts on preserving modern architecture‘ in the Split City Museum
Set up for the annual exhibition of works by Croatian architects and for the exhibition Award-winning Croatian architecture 1990 – 2009 as part of the 3rd Congress of Croatian Architects, Milesi palace, Split
Project Delta, Hartera, Rijeka (author with Viktor Popović), 19th June – 26th June
ČIP (Mies van de Rohe, Mansilla+Tunon, MUSAC, Leon 6/2007)
Zarez (Architecture of today and tomorrow 6/2001)
Set design for the televison series ‘Ruža vjetrova’
– Slobodna Dalmacija, 03. 09. 2011
Exhibition ‘Thoughts on preserving modern architecture’
– Slobodna Dalmacija, 13.12.2012
– Slobodna Dalmacija, 14.12.2012
Architecture is a game