Born in Foggia, in the south of Italy, Francesco Draisci studied architecture in Florence where he co-founded the experimental design group Zoom Ahead, whose work was selected for the Biennale of Young Artists in Lisbon 1994. He spent four years with the Richard Rogers Partnership, working on a variety of projects, including the Skylight building in Frankfurt, the Millennium Dome in Greenwich and Chiswick Park.
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