Ludovico Lombardi’s work experience in Spain, Italy and England includes Carlos Ferrater, Arata Isozaki and Zaha Hadid Architects, where he currently works as an associate. He earned a Master’s of Architecture and Urbanism from the Architectural Association School of Architecture Design Research Lab (DRL), London after having studied in Italy at the Politecnico of Milan and in England at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL. His work has been featured in “Architectural Digest,” “Architect’s Journal” and “Abitare,” and has been presented and exhibited at the Architecture Foundation in London and in touring exhibitions in Italy and the US. He has been a guest critic at the Architectural Association, the Bartlett UCL and the DRL and has been invited to lead workshops and lecture in Turin, Bologna, Florence, London (at the Tate) and Providence (at RISD). He is a past unit master for the MArch in Urban Design program at the Bartlett UCL, has served as a visiting faculty member in RISD’s Architecture department, and is currently a guest lecturer at Instituto Marangoni in London and CEPV in Lausanne.