EDUARD GASCÓN CLIMENT Barcelona 1958
Eduardo Gascón Climent (Barcelona, 1958) is an architect graduated from the School of Architecture of Barcelona since 1984 and Professor in the Department of Architectural Projects of the Polytechnic University of Catalunya since 1987. In 1997 he established Tac Arquitectos under which he has been developing its professional activity.
He studied and worked with the architect Francesc Mitjans, as a direct collaborator between 1982 and 1984.In 1984 he obtained a Fulbright scholarship for doctoral studies at the University of Michigan where he worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor for two years whilst working at professional firms of architects Gunnar Birkerts in Detroit and Robert Frasca in Portland, Oregon.
A special chapter of his career is his working relationship and friendship with the architect IM Pei, with whom he collaborated from 1991 to 1994 on a project for an important Catalan financial institution.
Within his academic curriculum is worth mentioning his participation as Senior Lecturer representing the ETSAB in the International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design (ILAUD), (Siena 1988), member of the Court of Final Projects of ETSAB (1997- 1999), invited Master Architecture and Project Review (ETSAB 2003-2004), visiting professor Doctoral Seminar DRCA teacher - Dottorato di Ricerca in Composizione architettonica, IUAV (Venice 2006), Visiting Professor Master Architecture and Housing, (ETSAM, Madrid 2006), Visiting Professor Master Architecture and Project Review (ETSAB 2006-2007) as well as numerous appearances on specialized courses organized by the Sert School of the College of Architects of Catalonia.
During the period 2008-2009 he was a member of the Committee of Architecture of Barcelona promoted by the City Council.
It is a founding member of the Association of Architects per Architecture – AXA.
Since 2013, Eduard Gascón is registered as architect REG A with REG-Number: 34356.
In November 2014 he was elected member of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes Catalanas de Sant Jordi.