4th Biennal 2006
Licensed in Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPCBarcelona Tech). Holds a Master's degree in Landscape Architecture (MLA, 2003) and a Master's degree in Urbanism Research (MIUrb, 2014) from the same university. Has been awarded multiple times with scholarships, such as the Mies van der Rohe Foundation Scholarship (Venice, Italy; 2001), the Caixa d'Arquitectes Foundation (2002), and the Villa LeNôtre Fellowship for Professional Landscape Architects in Versailles (Paris, France; 2016) at ENSPV International Residences for Landscape Architects. The latest recognition received was the appointment as the Luigi Einaudi Chair at the Institute of European Studies (IES) at Cornell University (Ithaca, USA; 2019). Her professional practice has unfolded at Ateliers Jean Nouvel (Paris), the Research and Landscape Projects Center (CRPPB led by Rosa Barba, at UPC), and, since 2003, in her own professional practice NABLABCN based in Barcelona, focusing on planning, landscaping, and architecture. She is the Executive Director of the Landscape Architecture Office at the College of Architects of Catalonia and a member of the Executive and Scientific Committee of the International Landscape Biennial of Barcelona. She is also an associate professor at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia UPC-BarcelonaTech, affiliated with the School of Architecture (ETSAB) and the Department of Urbanism and Territorial Planning (DUOT), as well as the new degree in Landscape Architecture (ESAB + ETSAB). She has given lectures, moderated sessions, or participated as a jury at RMIT Europe, Nanjing and Chengdu University in China, AHO in Norway, Versailles in France, or POLIMI in Milan, Italy.
Member of the Scientific and Executive Committee of the Biennial since its 8th edition.
Coordination and organization of the team (from the 4th edition of the International Landscape Biennial to the current one).
Jordi Ludevid was born in Barcelona in 1950. He studied Architecture and gai-ned a Master’s degree in the Implementation of Planning Projects at the Univer-sitat Politècnica de Catalunya, and since 1975 has had a professional practice in Manresa.From 1979 to 1995, he worked as town architect for various Bages councils. From 1998 to 2002, he was President of the ASAAP of the COAC. Since 1998, he has also worked for the Heritage Park of La Sèquia in Manresa. He has written various studies and articles, and contributed to the press and specialist magazines. He has also spoken at conferences, courses and seminars on the implementation of planning projects, architecture and the environment, and regional planning.In 1997, he was awarded the Fundació Caixa Manresa Prize for his study ‘Territorial architecture, environment and urban development in the Pla de Bages’. Since May 2002, he has been President of the Barcelona Branch of the COAC, after four years as Regional Director in Bages-Berguedà.
Teresa Bofill graduated from the Arts Faculty of the University of Barcelona with a degree in General History. She set up and is now General Director of the Association of Friends of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (AAUPC), a body that currently has 4,022 associates, 262 of them companies. The Association’s mission is to create a bridge between the university and society, promoting and increasing two-way connection. Since it was founded, the AAUPC has awarded the Rosa Barba Award of the European Landscape Biennial. Previously she organised the 1st European Biennial of Cultural Heritage and was in charge of the secretariat of the Congress of Cultural Heritage and Sponsorship organized by the University of Barcelona. She also managed the firm ESTRI, Heritage and Archaeology Services.