LÆRO is a multidisciplinary design studio founded in 2022.
We develop design solutions to the challenges outlined in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which range from ensuring equitable access to basic resources to reducing the environmental footprint of global infrastructures. Our work follows the five key themes of health, education, ecology, economy, and community.
Within these themes, we develop product-service systems spanning the disciplines of industrial design, architecture, communicationsdesign, and systems thinking.
FOUNDER + EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LÆRO
Noemi Florea is a designer and writer investigating the use of multimedia design for systemic change. She is the founder and executive director of LÆRO, where she coordinates the material and talent resources for executing design projects across the studio’s core domains. She received her BFA in Integrated Design and Sustainable Cities from Parsons School of Design, and her BA in Environmental Studies and Economics from Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts.
Ryann Abunuwara Max Scott Abby Gaskin Melika Tabrizi
Gary Chwatuk Julia Puaschunder Leonardo Helland Elliot David Raz Godelnik
Our partners span the globe conducting work for social and environmental justice across public and private sectors, and we’ve supported each of them through contributions including project management, stakeholder communications, and product-service system development. Check out the map below for deeper look at the impact our partners are making with LÆRO.