“Our plans are flexible and highly customizable with regard to space and materials. I'm especially interested in the expressive plasticity of concrete.” Lorenzo graduated from the University of Rome's Faculty of Architecture (La Sapienza). In 2003, after briefly working abroad, he started his own practice in Italy. He uses simple shapes to create comfortable living spaces that blur the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. Lorenzo draws inspiration from such modern architects as Tadao Ando, Richard Meier, and Zaha Hadid.