Sergio Legon-Talamoni

Sergio’s passion for equitable design, grounded in values from his community engagement experiences and his professional design capacities, led him to Environmental Works. Sergio’s work is bolstered by his ruthless optimism, diligent rigor, and 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.

A lifelong native of Seattle, Sergio holds a Bachelors of Arts in Humanities from Seattle University’s Matteo Ricci College and a Masters of Architecture from Woodbury University’s Graduate School of Architecture, with a Certificate of Focus in Urban Policy from the school’s Urban Policy Center.  In his spare time, Sergio enjoys playing basketball, watching documentaries, and spending time with his three siblings.