TABA – Architecture, Ideas and Solutions, founded in 1999, it is an architectural firm focused in projects and consulting, with expertise in Urbanism (Urban Design and Urban Planning), Architectural Conservation and Restoration, Institutional and Civil Architecture.
Complementary and analogous to our technical capital, we offer services in supervision, management, coordination, supervision of Architectural projects and building works, participation in bids, budgets and execution of cultural and institutional projects.
ERNESTO CARVALHO (Ernesto Regino Xavier de Carvalho)
Brazilian, 44 years old, natural from Salvador, Bahia.
Architect Urbanist, graduated in 1997 from the Federal University of Bahia
Expert in Urbanism and Conservation and Restoration
Master degree in Architecture and Urbanism (Conservation and Restoration Area) and doctorate student in Urbanism
Member of Brazil Institute of Architects Department of Bahia, IAB- BA (Instituto dos Arquitetos do Brasil, departamento da Bahia), www.iab–ba.org.br, since 2006
Counselor of the Council of Architecture and Urbanism in the State of Bahia – CAU-BA (Conselho de Arquitetura e Urbanismo), www.cauba.org.br, since 2015
Managing partner of TABA Architecture Office – Architecture, Ideas and Solutions since 1999. (TABA – Arquitetura, Ideias e Soluções www.taba.arq.br).
Director of Infrastructure for Scientific Development the Department of Science Technology And Inovation of Bahia State Government, Brazil – SECTI (Secretaria de Ciëncia, Tecnologia e Inovação do Governo do Estado da Bahia – Brasil), www.secti.ba.gov.br, since 2014
“Our goal is to achieve the necessary degree of efficiency in the search for ideas and solutions in all of our projects, always giving priority to technical knowledge, multidisciplinarity always supporting and upholding local values anywhere we develop our action, keeping in mind Sustainability – Architecture is part of the environment – The concept of sustainability must be understood as systemic – man-architecture – the environment in tune. Accessibility – Architecture for everyone.”