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Tiziana Lorenzelli:
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Tiziana Lorenzelli was born in Lecco, Lake Como in 1961.

Registered architect, she was trained and graduated magna cum laude at Milan Polytechnic in 1984, where she started teaching assistance to Prof. Marco Zanuso. She has been professor of Industrial Design at the Milan Polytechnic from 1997 to 2010.
In 1990-1993 she has taught Industrial Design at Dickson Art Center at U.C.L.A., and at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She has been visiting lecturer at University of Cincinnati, Sci Arc Switzerland and Technion in Haifa, Israel.
Since many years she works as an architect and industrial designer and some of her products are patented. Her projects have won different primary competitions, among them the first prize Green Living 2010 by Whirlpool and Elmar and the first prize of MYDA 2009 by Seatec.
A journalist, she collaborates with Il Giornale d’Italia newspaper and is the author of books and essays on design, art and architecture for magazines like Abitare, Domus, Interni and Ottagono.
Accustomed to Contemporary Art and fascinated by metal that was part of her family and metallurgic hometown, and recycle, she started as a teenager making sculptures with scraps that ended up in the ’80 with the “Electrological Trees” series, published and showed in Italy and in Los Angeles. In 2009 she designed and deposited the new material ALUFLEXIA ®, a flexible sandwich of aluminium that, in the form of a vase, won the Bronze Medal in Sustainable Design at IDA Los Angeles 2011.
This exclusive material has been the focus of her last years’ conceptual work and a great impulse for a new series of sculptures based on Metal, Earth, Nature and Life Cycle.
Her work has been defined by Master Agostino Ferrari: Cosmic Naturalism.
Tiziana Lorenzelli artworks have been exposed in shows in Italy, Switzerland, Los Angeles and Dubai.
In 2022 she created her first NFT on Opensea. with a video of First Flying ALUFLEXIA ® Sculpture.

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