Rogue Architecture
ROGUE - verb (used with object)
to uproot or destroy that which does not conform to a desired standard
ar•chi•tec•ture - noun
the profession of designing buildings, open areas, communities, and other artificial constructions and environments, usually with some regard to aesthetic effect.
...suitable for habitation

About Rogue Architecture

Rogue Architecture was founded with a philosophy to provide a higher level of architectural services that illustrate our patrons’ visions and expectations. By establishing open lines of communication, we are able to collaborate with our clients and work towards a design that embodies the spirit of its process.

Using the Vitruvian Virtues as our Philosophical Foundation, we can then build on these fundamental principles and adapt newer axioms such as sustainability, building information modeling and anti-terrorism force protection to name a few:

Vitruvian Virtues (15 B.C.)

  • Firmitas – True, Strength, Durability
  • Utilitas – Usefulness
  • Venustas – Beauty

Rogue Architecture is a 100% Minority Owned Business Enterprise. We provide Architectural Services with over 40 years combined experience in the fields of architecture and engineering. Based in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, Rogue Architecture’s Principals specialize in Religious & Worship Facilities, including Building Assessment & Master Planning, Campus Developments, Historical Preservation and Capital Campaign Assistance.

Our uniqueness lies in our Quality Assurance / Quality Control (QA/QC). Documents are reviewed from an architect’s and a contractor’s view point; considering constructibility and efficient design, thus keeping change orders to a minimum. Rogue’s “Hands-on” project management and construction administration philosophy maintains projects on budget and schedule. Our Record Documentation is above and beyond the industry standard providing the client the most complete project documents.

About Juan Gabriel Luna, AIA, NCARB                

Founding Principal

Born in Argentina and cradled in Spanish Revival Colonial Architecture, a passion for the arts soon evolved. Emigrated to the United States and studied in New Jersey.

Heavily enamored with Black and White Photography, Juan established his architectural roots by studying and working on numerous projects in New York City.

Juan travelled abroad to immerse himself in classical as well as contemporary architecture. The following are the cities travelled and their most influential architectural monuments.


About Scott A. Boduch, AIA                                  


With over 25 years of experience in the architectural profession, Scott has worked on a variety of projects types throughout the years with most of his focus towards religious & worship facilities, retail & restaurant, government, educational and office projects. His hands on approach has developed a strong working relationship with each one of his clients.

Through an established level of quality control and detail awareness, his projects remain in budget throughout the entire design and construction process with change order costs well below industry standards.

Cultural Immersion


  • Janelas Verdes, 18th Century section of Lisbon, where historic is well adapted into the fabric and necessities of today's pace. Preservation of Historic Resources.
  • 1998 World Expo – Elite world designers re-inventing a "pavilion" to showcase ingenuity and culture. Re-commissioning and reusing to create new congregation zone.


  • City that terraces towards the waters. City infrastructure and traffic patterns – horizontally and vertically. Incorporating vehicular traffic into existing city.


  • Basilica de la Sagrada Familia – Antonio Gaudi’s body of work.
  • Experience the Catalan people.


  • Guggenheim Museum – Frank Gehry
  • Pyrenees Mountain Ranges – A reminder that nature is perfect.


  • La Basilique du Sacre Coeur de Montmartre – Great siting overlooking the city.
  • La Torre Eiffel and Arc de Triumphe – Iconic Monuments
  • Le Louvre – I.M. Pei - Historic architecture and its contemporary adaptation.



  • Piazza San Marco – “The Drawing Room of Europe” – Aquatic and pedestrian circulation patterns
  • San Giorgio Maggiore – Andrea Palladio – architecture at its best


  • Palazzo Vecchio – Focal point of architectural organization
  • Santa Maria del Fiore – Filippo Brunelleschi – largest brick dome in the world – engineering feat


  • Colosseum – large assembly spaces
  • Roman Forum – examples of classical architecture
  • The Pantheon – exquisite simplicity


  • Saint Peter’s Basilica – Michelangelo, Bramante, Maderno, Bernini
  • Sistine Chapel – Michelangelo
  • Landlocked Sovereign State


  • Chichen Itza – Mayan Architecture