Architect Lala Loviscek was born in Buenos Aires and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Design & Urbanism from University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, UBA (2001) where she also lectured for 9 years.
In her first year as an architect she received a Special Mention for the National Architectural Competition: “Vatican State” Public Square, of the Colon Theatre, in Buenos Aires, awarded by the Architecture Society of Buenos Aires. During 2009-2011 she also was a Professor in the Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design of the University El Salvador, in Buenos Aires.
In 2006, she worked as an architect at Dominique Perrault Architects Agency in Paris, France. Back in Argentina, she worked as a Project Manager at B4FS Architects for the Bicentenary Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, First Prize of an International Competition, completed in 2015.
After that experience, she joined RDRA architects, Ritcher Dahl Rocha y Asoc. in Buenos Aires, and worked as an architect in projects like the Renovation of the Faculty of Architecture and Design of Di Tella University, Buenos Aires, now under construction.
She is currently working on her own projects of architectural design and constructions.