Design guest homes for an organic winery in Italy
We’d like to take the opportunity to introduce you to the Clients Favourite award winners of our "Milan Navigli Canal Challenge" competition – Matías Salas Ramírez, Miled Lahoud and Francisca Lopez Gonzales from Italy!
Clients Favourite award winners from Italy
LSAA Studio, was founded in 2019 by Francisca López, Chilean architect from the University of Santiago de Chile and Matias Salas Ramírez, Chilean architect- University of Santiago de Chile and current Master student at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. The studio is itinerant, it was founded in New Zealand, and then moved to Italy, is conformed by husband-and-wife Matias and Francisca. Miled Lahoud is an architect of the Holy Spirit University Kaslik, Lebanon, graduated in 2021 and current Master student at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. From 2022 he collaborates with LSAA Studio.
Francisca Lopez Gonzalez, has developed housing projects in Chile during 2017-2019 collaborating with “NAMUN.”
Matias Salas Ramírez, has worked in private studios in Chile. His main Interest is in public architecture and theory. In 2015 won the Chilean national XXIX CAP competition for students, the same year reached the second position in the Latin-American ALACERO version in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Miled Lahoud, graduated in 2021 and current student at Politecnico di Milano, his interests are mainly on public architecture and heritage.
We understand architecture as the stage for human life, it enhances human emotions and provides a base for our daily activities. The role of architect in the current society must be the coherent and responsible coordination of needs, transformed into shape in order to solve problems or an opportunity. Moral, Passion and method are key elements in our understanding of the role of the architect.
We participate in architecture competitions because they provide a democratic instance for projects development. At the same time they give us the opportunity to learn, experiment and apply innovative solutions.
Architecture competitions can provide an excellent opportunity to grow and experiment. It’s also a process of self-discovery, in which a personal’s method of work can be polished for future experiences.
Design a structure that would function as a source of education on past events or a method of raising awareness of ongoing injustices
Present your best work and submit your favorite architectural visualization
Use architecture to create different emotional states