CPHC, Registered Architect in Spain
Marta Salvat joined the firm in 2020 and has contributed to key planning studies and landmark civic and academic projects, including the Boston Athenaeum, NMAH resilience and flooding studies, Toronto’s Bishop Strachan School, and Harvard Radcliffe Institute study planning. She also contributed to the design and documentation for the Engine 17 Fire Station in Dorchester.
Prior to joining the firm, Marta worked for three years in Spain and Switzerland, where she was involved in multiple renovations and new construction institutional and residential projects in historical locations.
Marta is a registered architect in Spain and a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC). Marta holds a Bachelor and Master of Architecture from the Polytechnical University of Catalonia in Barcelona. She studied at the Polytechnical School of Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland during her master’s exchange year.