Influencing Spaces in Residential Design

Architect Luis Furushio shares how interactive digital design with clients improves quality of life in residential spaces.

“The creative process is a constant exchange of ideas with my clients.”

Luis Furushio — My name is Luis Furushio and I am a Peruvian architect living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. I specialize in residential design, working in projects from the early stages of conceptual design including the building permit process and construction administration.

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