Federica Lusiardi (Cremona 1965), after attending the Art college, got a MA degree in architecture at the University of Milan (1992), and is a registered architect in Italy since 1993. Furthermore, she has been specialist consultant for urban and public space design in the planning workshop of the Municipality of Cremona, teacher of art at the Italian public school, and a visual artist. In 2000 Federica co-founded the award-winning architectural office Bianchini e Lusiardi associati together with Riccardo Bianchini; in 2013 she also founded Inexhibit magazine, where she is editor-in-chief and content curator specialized in architecture, art, and contemporary design.


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