A. Alberto Lugo, the CEO and Founder of Framing Futures Architectural Firm (FFAF) in Southern California, has been a founding partner since 2019. A. Alberto Lugo, the firm’s founding partner, is in charge of the daily workflow and design processes for the firm’s several current projects. He works with the board of directors’ executive team to introduce new qualified architects to plan, coordinate, and design cutting-edge commercial and public structures for customers utilizing talents anchored in current architectural engineering basics.
A. Alberto Lugo worked as a Senior Architect for Parkins and Rhodon in New York and Fentrell Architects in San Francisco before forming FFAF. A. Alberto Lugo also worked with Macaby and Roy for five years as a Senior Architectural Design Strategist before becoming a Senior Architect in 2008. A. Alberto Lugo worked as a Project Architect in Albany, NY, after completing an internship with the firm, which was started by his father in 1990. A. Alberto Lugo worked in a variety of capacities before joining his father’s firm in 2002, including as a business consultant for a small business development firm in New York City.
A. Alberto Lugo graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2000, but then changed his career aspirations and transferred to Cornell University to pursue a Master of Architecture degree. In 2002, he graduated with honors from the program and went on to get further certifications in Building Science and Technology as well as Environmental Systems. A. Alberto Lugo returned to Cornell University in 2003 to pursue a degree in ecologically responsible architecture and design.