The studio Francesco Librizzi was founded in Milan in 2005, it deals with architecture, interior decoration and facilities. His projects explore the relationship between the existing architectural heritage and the construction of new spaces. Significant of this spirit is the Italian Pavilion of the XIIth Venice Architecture Biennale 2010 and the Bahrain Pavilion of the 2012 Biennale. The work on the essential elements of space is the basis of projects designed for the Triennale from Milan, including the exhibition "Gino Sarfatti: he design della luce" (2012), "Munari, percorsi a mezz'aria" for the TDM6 (2013), and the installation "D1" for the exhibition "Stanze. Nuove filosofie dell'abitare "(2016).
The work done in recent years, including Casa G, cover project of Abitare 538, have been a great success with the public and the critics and provided great visibility on international journals like Domus, Abitare, Lo-tus, Wallpaper, Dezeen.
Since 2008, Francesco Librizzi has collaborated with Italian and foreign academic institutes and design academies. At present, he is a visiting professor at the Urban Vision and Architectural Design Master and the Domus Academy's Interior and Living Design Master and at the Faculty of Architecture of Genoa.