Harmonizing form with function, LSH Architects excels in creating technically proficient designs with sensitivity to materials, natural light and the environment. Problem-solving skills paired with artistry provides the framework for beautifully crafted spaces.
LSH Architects provides comprehensive architectural services to build custom new buildings, additions and renovations. With over 20 years of experience, LSH Architects designs are light-filled open spaces with inviting natural materials and finesse with details. Finding inspiration in functional elements, creative solutions are balanced with aesthetics and integrity of design.
The multi-faceted aspects of architecture pose a challenging balance of science and art.
Architects help realize visions. They give form to words and ideas.
Lori Sang Hsu
Lori received a Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College in 1992 and a Masters in Architecture from Harvard University in 1996. After gaining extensive experience designing contemporary residences at the award-winning firm Charles Rose Architects in the Boston area, Lori relocated to the Bay Area, establishing LSH Studio in 2002, which incorporated in 2016 as LSH Architects.
Multi-cultural influences shape Lori’s vision of contemporary designs for today’s lifestyles. Inclusive spaces that embrace diversity inspires the process of creating meaningful positive environments. Lori’s facility with space-making and complex geometries and imbues her agile designs with grace, lightness, and energy.
Lori was born in Seoul Korea, raised in Queens NY, resides in Redwood City, is a mom of two children and an avid cyclist.
Project Designer, AIA Associate
Tiffany graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Southern California School of Architecture in 2009. She brings a wide breadth of architectural experiences from the greater Los Angeles region, and served on the AIA Pasadena & Foothill Chapter Board of Directors for many years. Under the mentorship of Lori Hsu, she is pursuing her architecture licensure in the State of California.
In addition to her ongoing contributions at LSH Architects, she is a member of the Taiwan national senior fencing team, and trains locally at Stanford University. She narrowly missed qualification for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, and has set her sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.