Francesco Librizzi established his own architecture, interior architecture and exhibition design studio in Milan in 2005. He designed the Italian Pavilion at the XII Venice Architecture Biennale in 2010 and the Bahrain Pavilion for the 2012 Biennale. His work on the essential characteristics of space is at the root of the projects he has conducted for the Milan Triennale, such as the exhibitions Gino Sarfatti: il design della luce (2012), Munari, percorsi a mezz’aria for the TDM6 (2013) and the installation D1 for the exhibition Rooms. Novel Living Concepts (2016). The work he has done in recent years, such as the G House, a cover project for issue N° 538 of Abitare Magazine, has been published in Domus, Abitare, Lotus, Wallpaper and Dezeen. The awards and acknowledgements he has won include the Prix Émile Hermès (2008), an Honourable Mention at the ADI Compasso d’Oro (2014), the AZ Awards 2015 for Best Residential Interior and the 2015 Archmarathon Award for Private Housing. Since 2008, he has been partnering with universities and academies of design in Italy and abroad: he is currently a Guest Professor at the University of Genoa Faculty of Architecture.