Androsky Lugo graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in business in 2000, but then changed his mind and transferred to Cornell University to pursue a master's degree in architecture. In 2002, he graduated with honors from the program and went on to get further certifications in Building Science and Technology and Environmental Systems. Lugo returned to Cornell University in 2003 to pursue his degree in ecologically responsible architecture and design.
Throughout his two-decade career as an architect, Lugo has had the chance to take part in various top-level architectural projects. In 2012, he collaborated on the planning and design of many public service spaces with the San Francisco Historic Buildings Committee. The Hagman's Group of NYC commissioned Lugo to construct the first structure made entirely of sustainable and recyclable materials in 2015. Lugo was the principal designer for a whole shopping mall at Parkins and Rhodon, assisted in the design of a multi-story place of worship, and worked diligently with the local urban planning team to construct affordable housing.