Sergio Max Legon-Talamoni

Sergio Max Legon-Talamoni

Seattle, WA, US



Sergio Max Legon-Talamoni is motivated by his passion for engaging the complexities of contemporary society through architecture, inherently employing ruthless optimism and diligent rigor, dedicated to a conviction that architecture can awaken people and enrich communities. With a belief in an equitable methodology that is both collaborative and iterative, he recognizes that architecture is accomplished by and for people. 

Sergio has secured numerous fellowships, not limited to, teaching Urban Design Theory at the Rome Center for Architecture and Culture and visiting residence participation at the Academy for Architectural Culture in Hamburg, Germany. He received his Certificate of Emphasis in Urban Policy and has accepted several first place awards in Design-Build and Photography competitions. His digital fabrication and computational design experience at The Making Complex, along with his several other exposures has contributed to his professional interest in the leadership of architects in interdisciplinary and community engagement arenas.


Environmental Works Community Design Center, Seattle, WA, US, Architectural Designer

Nov 2016 - current


Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, MArch, Graduate School of Architecture

Aug 2012 - May 2015

Seattle University, Seattle, WA, US, Bachelors, Mateo Ricci College

Aug 2007 - May 2011

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