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Lucrezia Vitaletti
Architect

Lucrezia was born and educated in Italy. She completed her Masters degree in architecture in 2010 at the Sapienza University of Rome, where her thesis on the re-establishment of a disused cement factory earned her a perfect mark.

After working at architectural practices in Italy, and as a freelance graphic designer, Lucrezia moved to London in 2011. She joined Walters & Cohen in 2012 to work on the Royal Greenwich UTC and designs for an all-through school in Russia.

Lucrezia was project architect for the Vajrasana Buddhist Retreat Centre in Suffolk, and is currently working on an International College for The King's School in Canterbury.