Chief Collaboration Archictect | ALLL/Leapfrog Project

Lira Luis


Lira Luis, AIA, NCARB, RIBA, LEED AP, principal architect at ALLL/Leapfrog Project, delivers presentations at national conferences named in the "Gold 100 Listing of the world's largest and most successful trade shows” for the past 20 years. She organized and led AIA Practice Management’s (PMKC) “Virtual Practices: The Impact of Technology and Transience on New Histories in Practice” partner program at the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial, subsequently co-authored a resulting white paper with AIA Trust “An Architect's Guide to Virtual Practice” that reached more than 30,000 AIA members, and moderated the webinar “Virtual Architectural Practice – An Alternate Reality”. At A’16 Conference on Architecture she shared solutions about the gig economy and potential for Virtual Practices in “Rethinking the Workplace: Co-Working Spaces for Architects”. She brings more than 25 years of architecture experience and is emeritus chair of AIA PMKC. After graduating from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of architecture, working in firms in the USA and abroad, earning NCARB certification, she now runs a hybrid traditional and virtual practice.