Enise Burcu Derinboğaz completed her bachelor’s education in landscape architecture in Istanbul Technical University (ITU). She studied in Tokyo, Japan between 2002-2003. She also studied in Vienna Technical University in Vienna, Austria between 2006-2007. In 2007 she founded Kozmofol, the landscape culture blog. Between 2007-2010 she worked as an editor for XXI Architecture Design and Yeni Mimar Newspaper.
She completed her master’s education in Swiss Federal Institute (ETH Zurich). Advised by Professor Christoph Girot, her master’s thesis focused on developing rural landscape planning strategies and modelling water and infrastructure systems using calculational design methods. She also conducted research in regard to developing topographical strategies against flooding in a rural area by the Reuss river, an area that is located between Altdorf and Erstfeld provinces.
Since 2005, she has taken part in projects varying from garden designs to masterplan, and has received awards from competitions at national and international level. Some of the awards received in competitions include the 1st prize in Ödemiş City Center Urban Design Competition; 3rd prize in Çeşme Central Coast Regulation, 1st prize in Kurbağalıdere Valley Idea Project, 2nd prize in the Tekirdağ Municipality Building; 3rd prize in Beylikdüzü Valley of Life Competition.
She received the National Success Award in 2013, Young Landscape Architect Award in 2017 granted by the Union of Turkish Engineers and Architects Chamber.
She continues her projects and landscape-related research in Praxis and Kozmofol.