Kiley Fellow Lecture: Montserrat Bonvehi Rosich



Montserrat Bonvehi Rosich is a Lecturer of Landscape Architecture at the Graduate School of Design. She teaches in the Master of Landscape Architecture core studio sequence, the Ecology, Technology and Techniques sequence as well as design research seminars. Her research currently focuses on the relation between landscape ecology and the culture of food production in Northern Spain and Southern France.

Montserrat is a licensed Spanish Architect, Urban designer, and founder of TBR Architects, an award winning office focusing on the challenges and opportunities of designing public space. She was the 2017-2018 Daniel Urban Kiley Fellow in Landscape Architecture at the GSD. Prior to joining the GSD, she was faculty at the University of Virginia where she taught urban design, core sequence, and research studios as well as research seminars in the Department of Landscape Architecture. She holds a Master in Architecture from the Barcelona Architecture School at Polytechnic University of Catalonia where she also taught in the urban design department.

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