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Luis Callejas is an architect, founder of LCLA office and professor at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
Callejas’ projects and research bridge architecture and landscape architecture. Previous appointments include Harvard Graduate School of Design (2012−2016) the Louis Kahn visiting chair at Yale (2020) and Patrick Geddes fellow at the University of Edinburgh (2019)
In 2013 Callejas won the Architecture league of New York award for best young architects. The office has been nominated to the Mies van der Rohe award for European Architecture and the Mies Crown Hall award for architecture in the Americas. In 2016 Luis Callejas was on the three finalists in the Rolex mentor and protege program curated by David Chipperfield.
Completed works include the open air competition swimming facilities in Medellin for the IX South American games, and the renovation of the main stadium in Bogota, Colombia.
LCLA office’s works have been exhibited in most major biennales over the past years, including the Venice biennale, the Lisbon triennial, the Oslo triennial and the Seoul triennial among others.