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


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