Anna Bonet is an architect at the Escuela Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona (2011) and has a master’s degree in Architecture of Landscape at the UPC (2006). He has collaborated as a landscape architect for seven years at the Ruisánchez Arquitectes studio as head of landscape projects and urban furniture design. He has been part of the drafting team that won the first prize of the international competition for the Masterplan of the coast of Salerno in Italy (2009), finalist of the Sagrera Linear Park in Barcelona (2011) and finalist of the Las Puertas de Barcelona contest (2012). He developed with Manuel Ruisánchez the project of the Güell park of Vilablareix in Gerona that was finalist of the sixth European Landscape Biennial of Barcelona. In 2015, CERCLE founded the territory, landscape, architecture and environment in Valencia. Among the works developed during this period are the Andorra Green Infrastructure Plan, the green ring of Alzira, a proposal for the expansion of the botanical garden of Valencia, the Quatretona Ravine, the healthy itinerary of the Balneario de Cofrentes and the Bassa grande in Sant Llorenç d’Hortons. Currently, he combines his professional activity with teaching practice as assistant professor in the master’s degree in Landscape Architecture at the UPC.