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Office of Assorted Functions is a practice that embraces the uncertainty of where it is going or what it wants to become. In its current manifestation, it is the spatial and visual practice of George Louras, a designer and educator, based in Brooklyn. o/AF works through collaboration with architects, artists, and designers on proposals we want to see in the world. As part of larger project teams, o/AF brings skills in research, spatial design, 3D visualization, and graphic representation. The goal is to work with people we like and hopefully do some good.


George Louras is a designer, educator, and graphic artist based in Brooklyn. He holds a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University GSAPP and a Bachelors of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Prior to starting his own practice, he worked at Selldorf Architects focusing on potential projects, design competitions, and graphic communication for public projects. Projects worked on while at Selldorf include: the Frick Collection, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Gowanus CSO Facility, multi- and single-family residences, and many others.

George is a Visiting Assistant professor of Interior Design at Pratt Institute. He has also taught design studios and graphic representation courses at Columbia University’s GSAPP and Parsons’ School of Constructed Environments.