Montserrat Bonvehi-Rosich is a licensed Spanish architect and urban designer with an interest in living systems, climate, and soils in urban environments. Her ongoing project “The Landscape We Eat” seeks to unfold geomorphological, climatic, and infrastructural relationships in food systems. The work was launched as a performance in CA2M Contemporary Art Museum in Madrid, exhibited in Milan’s EXPO 2015, and included in publications such as Food Atlas. In 2019 she was the recipient of the SOM Research Prize along with Seth Denizen for their project “Thinking through Soil: Wastewater Urbanism in Mezquital Valley.” She teaches in the Landscape Department at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, where she was named 2017–018 Daniel Urban Kiley Fellow, and serves as the Design Discovery Landscape Architecture coordinator. She previously taught architecture and landscape architecture at the University of Virginia, architecture and industrial design at Iowa State University, and urban design at ETSAB-UPC Barcelona. Her designs, built and unbuilt, have received several awards and have been published in Detail, Plataforma Arquitectura, and Quaderns, among others.
BArch, MArch, Barcelona School of Architecture, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya; PhD candidate, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. At Bard: Fall 2021.