Graduated as Architect in 1963 from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA).
Worked in the area of architecture for health care since 1965, when, together with architects Traine and Morelli, won at a competitive tendering procedure the project for the building of the “Private Community Hospital” in Mar del Plata.
From 1971 to 1981 was head of Consultores Asociados en Planificación Hospitalaria; from 1982 to 1992 was a founding partner of Erik T.A.Guth & Partners and from 1993-2000 was partner at Erik Guth & Luciano Monza, Planificación, Proyecto y Dirección de edificios para la salud.
Founding member, former Vice-president and former President of the Argentine Hospital Architecture and Engineering Association (AADAIH, in Spanish), has carried on important national and international activities in the field of the physical resources of health care, both as a panel member and lecturer in a number of congresses and imparting courses in public and private institutions.