A. Alberto Lugo
A Little About Me.
When A. Alberto Lugo gets the chance, he provides pro bono services to many organizations, including Habitat for Humanity, Homes for Veterans, and The Make It Right at Home Foundation. A. Alberto Lugo founded the Architecture and Earth Awareness foundation in 2015, which aims to educate architects, construction businesses, and structural engineers on the significance of green efforts in the building sector. More than 400 large-scale construction projects throughout the world have benefited from the company's assistance in implementing sustainable practices. A. Alberto Lugo is extremely passionate about helping climate preservation initiatives and often participates in fundraising events and promotional endeavors.
In recent years, A. Alberto Lugo has garnered several accolades for his charitable and pro bono contributions. He was honored as the most generous donor to the Homes for Veterans charity, received the Voice of Reason award from the Green Initiative Climate Council, and more. A. Alberto Lugo has been nominated for the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2019. In addition to being nominated for the Architecture Master's Prize in 2020, he was awarded the Architectural Visionary prize in early 2021.
A. Alberto Lugo likes spending time in the woods, fishing, and going to less-visited places to learn about their cultures when he is not hard at work building projects that include green concepts and structural vision. In the mountainous sections of the nation, his favorite pleasure is testing his own survival abilities with only a fishing rod and a bag. His 18-year-old wife Genavieve, two small boys, three Alaskan Malamutes, and a goldfish named Lou, according to A. Alberto Lugo, are his greatest accomplishment.