“If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities” – Maya Angelou
As a child, LuLu would take an annual trip to Egypt, her parent’s home country, and spend time exploring the pyramids and temples; this is what first sparked her interested in creating at the architectural scale. Her interest in architecture as a career path was furthered by her consistent desire to create combined with her proficiency in technical problem solving.
LuLu approaches design with an open mind and is interested in finding sources of inspiration that are unique to each project; she believes that every project should respond to its context, whether it be the physical site, client identity or cultural context. What she loves most about the architectural process is capturing that intangible idea, inspiration or mood via tangible form, material and space.
Prior to working at Abramson Teiger Architects, LuLu worked as a Designer & Project Manager at Bruce Bolander Architects, primarily focusing on creative office spaces. She then went on to work for Montalba Architects as a Project Manager for retail and hospitality projects.
- BArch, Minor in Studio Art – California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
- Architectural Thesis exhibited at Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urbanism.
- Design Instructor for Cal Poly Summer Career Workshop in Architecture.
In her free time, LuLu loves to travel and experience new places and cultures. She is especially interested in learning about different rituals and traditions surrounding beauty, food, spirituality and crafts, as well as all things magical and metaphysical.
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