We believe in building great products surrounded by great people.
We've crafted our products and our company around these core values.
We're a team of curious observers dedicated to access.
We've spent nearly 5 years creating smart access.
Luke is passionate about great products and tough environments. He spent 2011–2013 developing emerging market technology products in Port-au-Prince, Haiti with support from the Clinton Global Initiative, Habitat for Humanity, and the Dell Social Innovation Fund.
Before that, he spent 4 years at Apple within the Retail and Worldwide Government Affairs practices, supporting international market expansion.
He holds degrees from Georgetown University and Imperial College London, where he studied as a Marshall Scholar.
Thomas Meyerhoffer was born in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1965. He studied Industrial Design at the Art Center College of Design in Switzerland. Thomas’ early career includes tenure at Apple, IDEO, and Porsche.
Thomas Meyerhoffer gravitates towards intuitive and engaging design working across an unusually broad range of categories spanning wellbeing, sport and technology.
Thomas’s work has been acknowledged by accolades including Idea, D&AD, and RedDot Design Awards. He has been recognized for his skill in creating intuitive objects and experiences by publications including The New York Times, Fast Company, The Surfers Journal, and Domus.
Brian is a full stack hardware engineer with experience building remote data acquisition systems that have been deployed in some of the world’s most challenging environments.
From smart grid monitoring in Haiti to remote soil sensing in rural Mexico, Brian has built products that capture, synthesize, and present data to enterprise customers of all sorts.
Brian holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Ali leads all business operations and unifies sales, partnerships, finance, legal, and supply chain across Latch. He spent 2012-2015 as a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked to merge two firms in the logistics space, helped optimize the Asia-based supply chain for an industrials company, and train enterprise sales teams.
Before that, he spent a summer as an analyst on the M&A team at Google prior to the Nest acquisition and also spent a summer as a retail electronics buyer for Target.
He holds degrees from Cornell University and Oxford University, where he studied as a Marshall Scholar.