Luis is an architect in training with experience in computational design and industrial design. He creates regionally critical, materially sensitive, and tectonically innovative designs with his global experience and knowledge of advanced digital and analogue fabrication techniques.
At HKS Architects in London, he works as a Project Architect, facilitating project delivery workflows for complex large scale international projects, putting his skills and experience to use in façade rationalisation and generative geometry for Hospital and Stadium projects across Europe and the MENA Region.
He has been the recipient of numerous honours and awards. Most recently, he received the 2017 HKS Design Fellowship, addressing the UN’s 2016 Sustainable Development Goals, and won the 2017 HKS Idea Fellowship, with collaborators Paul Ferrer and Tim Logan, for their project “Embedding Intelligence in Stadium Design”. He is a Director of London Rowing Club Ltd, the oldest rowing club on London’s Putney Embankment, and was Chair of the University of Michigan’s Architecture Student Research Grant Committee.