PhD in History of Architecture
Ramon holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (2005) and an accredited PhD in History of Architecture and Urbanism from the Politecnico di Torino (2010), he currently works as a teacher/researcher at Bau, Design College of Barcelona, where he teaches Aesthetics and Theory of Arts in the Bachelor’s Degree in Design.
His research deals mainly with the theory and history of architecture and design, the socio-cultural implications of these “discourses”, and their connections with the theory of art. He is the author of the monographs Ponti sull’Atlantico. L’Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies e le relazioni Italia-America (Macerata: Quodlibet, 2012) (Bridges over the Atlantic. The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies and the relationship Italy-America) and La Nuova Biblioteca di Alessandria: Snøhetta dalla Norvegia all’Egitto (Napoli: Clean 2008) (The new library in Alexandria: Snøhetta from Norway to Egypt), as well as essays and articles that he has published in journals of the discipline. He has attended seminars and international conferences, and has worked on pre- and post-doctoral research at different universities and research centres such as the Centre Canadien d’Architecture(Montreal, Canada) and the Getty Research Institute (Los Angeles, USA).