Francesco Librizzi is the Architect and Founder of Francesco Librizzi Studio which deals with architecture, interiors, exhibition and product design, founded in Milan in 2005. Its works are focused on the essential features of space and the way its tectonics are influenced by objects, structures and humans. Finding a balance between new interventions and the existing architectural heritage has been so far the center of its realised projects and the theoretical research of the Studio. Its notable interior architectural projects include Casa C, (Domus n. 958) and Casa G (Abitare magazine n. 538 cover project). He also designed the Italian Pavilion in 2010 for the Venice Biennale, several installations for the Milan Triennale, and is currently involved in a series of lamps designed projects for FontanaArte. Many of his projects have been awarded with prestigious prizes, including the ‘AZ Awards 2015, Best Residential Interior’, the ‘Award Archmarathon 2015, Private Housing ‘, the ‘Prix Émile Hermès 2008’, the ‘Honorable Mention Compasso d’Oro 2014’. Since 2008, Librizzi cooperates with universities and design academies in Italy and abroad. He currently holds the position of Guest Professor in Interior Architecture at the Master Interior and Living Design at Domus Academy and at the Faculty of Architecture of Genoa.