Montserrat Villaverde has a degree in History of Art and a master’s degree in Historic Research in the field of Architectural Heritage from Barcelona University. She currently heads AqabaBcn, a practice specializing in historic research in the field of architectural heritage and its dissemination. Since 2003, she has lectured at La Salle School of Architecture of Ramon Llull University, Barcelona.
Her work at national level is represented by over 60 historic studies of built heritage, some of which have been published in specialist journals. In the international arena, she forms part of Archnet and RehabiMed, and has worked on various European projects: Raphael i and ii, Corpus, Art Nouveau in Progress, Corpus Levante, RehabiMed, Montada, etc. She has also lectured at overseas universities and specialist forums, including the Unam in Mexico, the Tec in Monterrey, Cerkas in Marrakech, Kalaoun in Cairo, and Aecid in Cartagena de Indias. She has curated and contributed to exhibitions and various activities to raise awareness of architectural heritage.