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LTA is a New York City-based architecture and design studio that focuses on the built environment at all scales from objects to urban developments. We are committed to exploring projects that are culturally and socially engaging and provocative with an emphasis on social consciousness and green practices. LTA is a Certified Passive House Consultant as well as a LEED AP.  


The studio is led by Laura Trevino who has architectural experience in New York and Mexico and has taught architecture at Syracuse University. Through her work as principal of the award winning firm Bureau V for almost a decade,  in acclaimed architecture firms like Asymptote Architecture, and as a consultant for the Urban Planning Agency of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Laura has completed a wide range and scale of projects including residential buildings, nonprofit institutions, masterplans and installations. 


Trevino's varied experience in leading collaborative partnerships with architects, designers, engineers and artists in projects such as the award winning nonprofit performance hall National Sawdust in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a Masterplan for the RG-NY Vineyard in the North Fork and a recently completed ground up mixed-use building in Brooklyn, helps position LTA as a multifaceted practice with the capacity to engage with a varied range of clients and collaborators. 


With an international background - Trevino obtained her Bachelor of Architecture from the Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey including a year abroad at the Universidad Internacional de Catalunya in Barcelona and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University - Laura’s well rounded technical and design driven education combined with her professional experience, furnish LTA with a uniquely global view of architecture and a sensitivity to its role and impact on people, cities and the world at large.


-Architectural Design


-Programming Analysis

-Product Design



-Real Estate Development Consulting

-Owner Representation

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