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Androsky Lugo

CEO and Founder of Framing Futures Architectural Firm (FFAF)

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Since 2019, CEO and Founder Androsky Lugo has served as a founding partner in the Southern California-based Framing Futures Architectural Firm (FFAF). Lugo manages the routine workflow and design procedures linked to the several current projects the company is managing at any one moment in his capacity as the founding partner. Using abilities founded in the basics of contemporary architectural engineering, he collaborates with the executive team of board members who introduce new competent architects to plan, coordinate, and design cutting-edge commercial and public projects for clients.

Androsky worked as the Senior Architect for various prestigious companies, including Parkins and Rhodon in New York and Fentrell Architects in San Francisco, before becoming a founding partner of FFAF. Before 2009, Lugo worked with Macaby and Roy for five years as the Senior Architectural Design Strategist before becoming the Senior Architect in 2008. After completing an internship with the business, Lugo held the prestigious position of Project Architect in Albany, New York, for a business that his father had started in 1990. Lugo took several occupations before formally joining his father's business in 2002, including working as a business consultant for a small business development company in New York City.

Lugo graduated with a bachelor's in business administration from the University of Pennsylvania in 2000. Still, he changed his mind and enrolled at Cornell University to pursue a master's in architecture. He completed the program in 2002 with distinction before getting further qualifications in environmental systems and building science and technology. Lugo returned to Cornell University in 2003 to finish his study in environmentally friendly architecture and design.

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January 20, 2023

Celebrating Culinary Arts: Architecture and the Experience of Restaurants

In this article, I will explore restaurants’ architectural and experiential aspects and offer suggestions for those seeking to design a culinary arts space that focuses on the culinary experience. A culinary arts space can be a team-building outreach centre, a unique event pre-function space, or an elegant on-campus restaurant. Creating a new culinary arts program […]

Architecture
January 1, 2023

Architecture Students’ Favorite Books

If you are a student of architecture, you must have access to a good number of books that will assist you in your studies. Some books on the market are perfect for architecture students, and we will take a look at some of the best ones. Architecture – Form, Space, and Order by Francis D.K. […]

December 6, 2022

Using Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

Adding Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality usage in architecture has become an important part of the engineering world. This technology has completely changed the way architects and engineers work. These tools allow them to explore different designs and create more interesting architectural designs. AR/VR allows architects to explore more interesting designs Architects can use augmented […]

Multifamily
November 18, 2022

Balancing Energy-Efficiency and Aesthetics in Multifamily Housing

Among the many important factors to consider when designing and building multifamily housing is the thermal fenestration or the number of windows. The number of windows has a direct influence on the energy efficiency of the building. And it can also have a significant impact on the overall aesthetics of the building. Therefore, it is […]

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