Bryan Flaig – Founding Partner

With over fifteen years of experience in the architecture and design industry, Bryan has designed and executed work within the commercial, residential, hospitality, healthcare and cultural market sectors. Large scale projects form the backbone of his architectural experience. Additionally, Bryan has provided and implemented knowledge management and business development strategies for Undisclosable, Graft as well as for several clients, including Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation.

Working closely with former professor and mentor Hernan Diaz Alonso/Xefirotarch, in 2005, Bryan participated as team captain of the winning finalist in MOMA/PS1’s Young Architect”s Program. PS1 coupled with installation design work for Ed Keller and Carla Leitao heavily influenced his attraction to large scale installation work. Correspondingly, Bryan’s furniture and object design focuses upon the relationship between furniture and architecture, in respect to use, form, psychological impact as well as methods of production. His design methodology incorporates industry standard as well as atypical software packages to expand the possibilities and increase the efficiency of the design process.

Bryan completed his undergraduate studies in 1999 at the University of Virginia’s School of Architecture, earning a Bachelor of Science. In 2005 he acquired his Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI_Arc). He has taught advanced design studios at SCI_Arc and Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.

M Alejandra Lillo – Founding Partner

Alejandra Lillo graduated with her first professional degree from the Universidad Mendoza Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, receiving her architecture license in Mendoza in 2000. In 2003 she pursued her second professional degree, a Master of 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., a position she held until founding Undisclosable in March of 2011.

She and her team have produced architectural solutions for a broad selection of project types, including hospitality, commercial, residential, cultural and healthcare, maintaining a flexible and often cross-disciplinary attitude and a belief in enriching spaces through combining seemingly disparate elements, whether they pertain to the narrative sequences contained within a building, geometry, or materiality. During her tenure at Graft, Alejandra was key in the firm’s philanthropic enterprises, including Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation in New Orleans. Located in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward, this work was the centerpiece of the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative.

Under Alejandra’s oversight, her team has produced award winning hospitality design projects both locally and abroad. 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 Architeturra in Venice.

Arense Zaragoza – Project Manager

Prior to joining undisclosable, Arense worked with NOMARQ Architects, LAVA Architects and GGLAB Studio. He acquired his professional architecture degree from ETS Architecture in Valencia, Spain, graduating with distinction.

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