the firm

Tagliaferri Architects delivers smart, sophisticated architecture design, documentation and construction administration services to institutional, commercial and residential clients on projects of all sizes.  The firm not only assists clients in designing striking and original spaces, but also carries that collaborative spirit forward to continue working with great designers, clients, permitting agencies, contractors and consultants to see the project through completion.  Inspiring design, straight-forward advice, collaboration and superior customer service.

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Luciana Tagliaferri, AIA LEED AP BD+C

In 2014 after 15 years of experience working in Los Angeles on a wide variety of project Luciana decided to open her own boutique architecture firm, a creative and dynamic office focus on fun, modern and sustainable design. Her current work range from offices, residential and artistic spaces, retail, academic, healthcare and research projects.
Luciana Tagliaferri graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 2002 with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Architecture. She is a licensed architect in the State of California where she lives since 2003.
During her studies, she interned with Argentine firms such as Baudizzone Lestard Varas, Grupo Tres and Miranda Arquitectos on a variety of competitions.
She spent most of her summers in Los Angeles studying at UCLA, after graduating from UBA, she moved to the United States to begin her professional career at Richard Gemigniani's firm, Templum Architects where she specialized in designing and permitting residential and commercial architecture.
In 2005 Luciana joined Studio Pali Fekete Architects, known as SPF:a, where she focused on projects ranging from high-end single-family residences to multi-family housing, mixed use and educational projects, all with a focus on contemporary architecture and attention to design and detail. 
She joined CO Architects in 2008 to work on larger and more complex projects. She worked on many phases of the 600,000 GSF Health Science Educational Building (HSEB - Medical Education and Research Buildings) at the University of Arizona Biomedical Campus in Phoenix, Arizona.  Luciana served as the Project Architect for a new, 68,000 GSF Specialty Medical Office Building (SSMOB) for Kaiser Panorama City Medical Center, CA. She also designed and managed various interior remodel projects for existing medical office buildings on the same Campus.  
As an LEED B+DC she has carried forward a significant interest in sustainable design coordinating the efforts to archive LEED certification on many institutional, office and educational buildings.