M. Alejandra Lillo
MArch - UCLA School of Architecture and Urban Design BArch - Universidad Mendoza, Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo
M. Alejandra Lillo is an architectural and interior designer, real estate developer, entrepreneur, and educator. She is the founding principal of Undisclosable Inc, a Los Angeles based architecture and design studio. She and her team have produced architectural solutions for a wide variety of project types, including healthcare, commercial, residential, cultural and hospitality maintaining a flexible and often cross-disciplinary attitude in order to create progressive, nimble solutions within a rapidly changing world. These designs espouse the belief in enriching spaces through combining seemingly disparate elements, whether they pertain to the narrative sequences contained within a building, geometry, or materiality.
Alejandra aggressively participates in philanthropic enterprises, currently serving her second term on the Board of Directors for the Grand Canyon Conservancy. As a Part-Time Lecturer for the School of Architecture at USC, Alejandra teaches Undergraduate Comprehensive Architectural Design Studio.
Graduating with her first professional degree from the Universidad Mendoza Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo in 2000, she is a Licensed Architect in Argentina. Her architectural career began as a designer at Corbett Cibinel Architects in Winnipeg Canada in 2001, where she focused upon healthcare and educational design. In 2003 she pursued her second professional degree, a Masters in Architecture, at UCLA's AUD, graduating in 2004. She joined the Los Angeles office of Graft as a lead designer and project manager in 2004. In 2007 she was promoted to the position of Managing Partner and CEO of Graft Inc. where she led the Los Angeles office until 2011.
Her work has been widely published and exhibited at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum, LACMA, UCLA, Stilwerk Design Gallery Hamburg, Aedes Gallery Berlin, The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, The School of Architecture in Florence at the SESV Santa Verdiana, The European Centre's Contemporary Space in Athens Greece, and the Biennale Architetura in Venice.
Related Links: www.undisclosable.us