Eduardo Talon was born in Buenos Aires on August 8, 1960. It has Spanish citizenship since 1989.
He has a degree in Architecture by the University of Buenos Aires, in 1984.
He began his career associated with Hector Safranoff, carrying out projects and construction supervisions of hospitals, banks, housing and small shopping centers in Buenos Aires and surrounding areas.
In 1988 he moved to Spain where it was homologated its title, and was registered in the College of Architects of Catalunya (No. 17352-5), working by these times in professional collaboration in various offices of Architecture of Barcelona.
In 1992 he joined Master s.a. Engineering and Architecture as Senior Architect in the Department of Architecture of the company.
From 1995 to 2008 led the department, carrying out the design and management of several large projects, both in the field of architecture and planning.
In 2009 he established his own studio, focused on the design and development of feasibility studies, planning and a wide variety of projects, taking advantage of the vast experience gained in the design and development of highly complex projects in various functional programs (health, pharma, laboratories, corporate, offices, research centers (R & D), universities, exhibitions centers, airport areas, logistics, etc..).
He has wide experience in negotiation with agencies, universities, municipalities and government, as well as coordination of multidisciplinary teams.
He speaks Spanish, Catalan and English fluently.
Among his most outstanding projects there are the Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute, the Synchrotron Alba, the Genomics Research Center, the Institute of Predictive and Personalized Medicine of Cancer, the Port Aventura Convention Center and the Würth Museum.
Architect, School of Architecture of Barcelona, ETSAB 1989
Erasmus student, North East London Polytechnic, 1989
Graduate studies. Majoring in Diagnostic repairs and maintenance of housing, UPC,1995
PhD program. Architectural representation, systems and technologies. Doctoral tesis Project. Title: Chromatic typologies in architecture, UPC, 2000
Graduate studies. Construction management, UPC. 2001
Master. Project management in building and planning, UPC, 2003
In 1986 she started working for the architectural firm of P.J. Ravetllat y C. Ribas.
From 1989 to 1991 she worked together with the architectural firms of D. F. Mimarlik, Istanbul, The Arab Contractors, Cairo, and CIC, Maputo.
From 1991 to 1993 she worked for the architect A. Obiol; she was involved in the site supervision of Ars Hotel, Barcelona.
In 1993 Olga founded her own firm, focusing on building and restoration projects of single-family homes, apartment blocks and heritage restoration studies.
From 2001 to 2007 she teams up with Master s.a. Engineering and Architecture developing various projects, some of their highlights are a P.E. within the extension of the Barcelona airport, the WTC Almeda Park Block A-1, the Knoll-Abbott laboratories, Madrid, the training rooms of Esteve laboratories, the CRAG, BBRAUN production plant extension, and IMPPC.
From 2008 to the present she works together with the architect Eduardo Talon. Among their many works, to name just a few, are the MC clinic functional plan, the refurbishing project of the HUGTiP paediatric unit, the preliminary draft and functional plan for the IIRLCLJC and the remodelling of the functional plan of the HUGTiP haematology and biochemistry units.
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