As part of the commemoration of Girona’s Masó House’s 10th anniversary, five architects have been invited to share their vision and interpretation of the Masó House and of Rafael Masó’s work. In the second session, the architects Ramon Bosch and Bet Capdeferro [bosch.capdeferro arquitectura] will take part, with the conference entitled ‘Masó in l’Onyar: Sediments and Intuitions’.
Some architectural works have the extraordinary ability to concentrate a deep understanding of the complexity of a place’s past and a lucid vision of what can happen, in a masterful combination of awareness, efficiency and sensitivity. Ramon Bosch and Bet Capdeferro will describe the Masó House’s gallery by the river as the result of this wisdom, capable of weaving heritage and creativity, serenity and courage.
Ramon Bosch and Bet Capdeferro are architects who graduated from the Barcelona School of Architecture. In 2003, they started their studio, bosch.capdeferro arquitectura, in the city of Girona, from where they work in the transformation of spaces of different scales and nature, focusing on the relation between humans and the environment.
Their professional activity in the studio has always been accompanied by teaching experience, supporting the development of the design and construction process from theory and research. Between 2013 and 2015, they were Visiting Critics at Cornell University in New York State and they currently lead the Barcelona Program at Washington University in St. Louis as Ruth and Norman Moore Visiting Professors.
Their work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale of Architecture and awarded, among others, the Emerging Architect Special Mention of the European Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award (2011), the Architecture Prize of the Counties of Girona (2010, 2012, 2014), the FAD Prize for Architecture (2015), and the Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (2016, 2018 and 2021).
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