Luca Solazzo was born in Rome, where he graduated in Architecture at La Sapienza University, with a thesis in Industrial Design entitled 'The places of pause in working environments'. In 2005, he obtained a 2nd level Master's degree in Lighting Design. He dedicates himself to research and experimentation, participating in national and international design seminars, as well as in several architecture and design competitions, including the winning project of the National Design Competition on offices of the future "Ufficio Ideale". Lecturer in architecture at La Sapienza University in Rome and Camerino University in Ascoli. He has participated in several television programmes on interior design, including "Case e Stili" (Alice TV channel) and "Work in Progress" (Sky TV channel). In addition to his freelance activities as a planner and project manager, he also works as a designer, designing and producing furnishing accessories, some of which are on sale in specialised shops. Many of his works have been the subject of publications in the main magazines of the sector including: l'Arca, Ottagono, Abitare, Inside Quality Design, Progetti, Ambiente Casa, Casa 99 Idee. He founded the Luca Solazzo Architettura e Design studio in 2000. He has collaborated for several museums on lighting and installations. He is currently active in the field of interior architecture and residential and commercial research and design, in Rome and throughout Italy.