A. Alberto Lugo Male United States of America

When A. Alberto Lugo is not hard at work building projects that combine green principles with structural vision, he likes spending time in the woods, fishing, and traveling to lesser-known places to learn about the culture. His favorite activity is testing his survival abilities in the country's hilly areas with nothing more than a fishing pole and a rucksack. He considers his biggest success to be his family, which includes his wife of 18 years, two small boys, three Alaskan Malamutes, and a goldfish named Lou.

Since 2019, CEO and Founder A. Alberto has been a founding partner of the Framing Futures Architectural Firm (FFAF) in Southern California. As the firm's founding partner, Lugo oversees the day-to-day workflow and design processes for several current projects. He collaborates with the board's executive team to introduce new qualified architects to plan, coordinate, and design cutting-edge commercial and public structures for customers utilizing talents anchored in the basics of current architectural engineering.

With his extensive experience and expertise in architecture, A. Alberto has been instrumental in shaping the built environment of New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Throughout his remarkable two-decade career, he has actively contributed to high-profile architectural projects, collaborating with esteemed committees and organizations. His visionary designs prioritize aesthetic appeal and emphasize sustainable practices, integrating eco-conscious elements into his creations. His unwavering dedication to environmental preservation has garnered recognition and respect within the industry, establishing him as an influential figure in architectural circles. Through his innovative approach, A. Alberto has redefined the concept of architectural design, championing the seamless integration of structures with their natural surroundings while protecting and enhancing the integrity of the local ecosystems, habitats, and water systems.
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