New York, NY
Androsky Lugo currently stands as the managing partner for the Framing Futures Architectural Firm (FFAF) in Southern California, which he also co-founded in 2019. As the managing partner, Lugo handles the everyday workflow and design processes related to the multitude of ongoing projects the firm is handling at any given time. He works with a team of skilled architects to plan, organize, and design cutting-edge commercial and public structures for clients using skills that are rooted in the fundamentals of modern architectural engineering.
Before striking out on his own and eventually becoming the managing partner at FFAF, Androsky Lugo spent a full decade serving as the Senior Architect for a number of firms, including Parkins and Rhodon New York and Fentrell Architects in San Francisco. Prior to 2009, Lugo also worked as the Senior Architectural Design Strategist for Macaby and Roy for five years, later moving on to be the Senior Architect in 2008.
After fulfilling an internship with the company, Lugo also held the esteemed role as the Project Architect for Lugo and Company in Albany, NY, which was founded by his own father in 1990. Prior to formally joining his father's firm in 2002, Lugo held multiple positions, including some time spent as a business consultant for a small business development firm in NYC.