Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny

Founding Partner

Aleksey leads the creative process and design phases for all SITU projects. Recent projects include designing a 35,000 square foot modular, reconfigurable workspace for a large New York tech office, designing an elevated park and amenity space for a premier, new workplace development in New York City, as well as developing a new suite of popup modular amenity program components to be deployed at multiple office locations across the city.

Previous work includes the Brooklyn Museum Visitor Experience project, as well as Design Lab and Maker Space for the New York Hall of Science. For the past three years Aleksey has served as a juror for the Flatiron Public Plaza design competition sponsored by the Van Alen Institute. He has served as a guest critic at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the New York Institute of Technology, focusing on his commitment to material research and building technologies. Aleksey also sits on the career pathways and culture committees for the AIA of New York. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from The Cooper Union.