Lotoarchilab is international architecture laboratory borned in Paris in 2012  by the union of two young students , Ignacio Lorente and Sara Torrijos, nowadays architects with a supplementary profile, who decided to create and develope an atelier specialized in sustainable architecture, interior design and architecture visualization.
They worked separately in some international architecture firms , among which are the winners of the Pritzker Architecture: Christian de Portzamparc architectes and Ateliers Jean Nouvel.
After this enriching experience abroad, they moved to Madrid with the aim to  spread a network of clients that began in Paris,
and over that time has spread to more than seven countries: France , Germany, Spain , Switzerland, Mexico, Sweden and Ecuatorial Guinea.
Nowadays lotoarchilab is formed by a team of several architects and designers basing their work on passion for architecture, understood not only as a profession but as way of life. Performing a diversity of international projets, highlighting the Ciudad Fallerra Masterplan in Valencia (Spain), the MD house in Malabo (Ecuatorial Guinea), more than 30 refurbishment projets and more than 500 architecture visualizations.


Ignacio Lorente

Sara Torrijos

Victor José García

David Moya

Eva Barrera

Belén Latova

Eduardo Maganto

Marta Blanca

Victor Fernández

Lorena Iglesias

Begoña Colunga

Bárbara Bueno

Roberto Gonzalez

Jean François Mayer

Cesar Gilarranz

Adrian Rodriguez

Andrea Martín

Karlo Paulek

Teresa Conde