Mildred Lluch Carmona

Mildred Lluch Carmona is the lead designer at LLUC studio. Mildred’s work is multidisciplinary and draws on her expertise in interior design, woodwork, fine arts and the wellness industry. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History from the University of Puerto Rico; an Interior Design Degree from San Juan School of Interior Design in P.R.; and a Masters Degree on Fine Arts/ Interior Architecture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She also has been trained as a woodworker from the Taller Escuela de Diseño y Arte Funcional in Puerto Rico. In February 2021 she won a scholarship from the Miami Dade Collage to participate in the “Reimagining Cities: Design Thinking + Tactical Urbanism” course. And to complement all these trainings, she has taken a diverse number of courses in Green Design; Feng Shui; Cruelty Free (Vegan) Design; Woodcarving; Mosaics & Drawing, among others.

Mildred has worked in a few design studios in Puerto Rico and Miami, FL., creating interior spaces for residential and commercial clients. At the same time has been designing and fabricating some small furniture and wood accessories pieces. At the moment, she is one of the team members of a course in tactical urbanism and digital fabrication at the Miami Dade College, and her project was the one selected to be fabricated during the next semester. Her love for designing interiors, furniture and objects is her motivation behind LLUC studio. “I am committed to creating beautiful, functional, unique interior spaces and objects that brings you comfort and invigorate your soul. To propose and create a new creative solution that allows you to live a more harmonious and joyful life, improving the way you relate to your spaces. It’s about making your life more wonderful through beauty, form and function.”

Jean Torres Morales

Jean Torres Morales is an assistant and draftsman. His background is in video editing and social media management. He studied at the Specialized High School Juan J. Osuna , radio & television production, graduating in 2007. Has also been trained as a woodworker at the Taller Escuela de Diseño y Arte Funcional in Puerto Rico. While at the woodshop Jean met Carmen de la Paz, lead carpenter of the show “Home made simple” and she invited him to be her assistant, and took an apprenticeship in carpentry, woodturning and design in Los Angeles, California. He has expanded his training including drafting, rendering, space planning and furniture design.