LaCap architetture

Architecture Firm Roma / Italy

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The LaCap practice is a partnership comprising architects Marco Lanzetta and Francesca Capitani, who have worked together since 1999.

From the beginning we have always specialised in interior renovations of apartments, shops and other commercial premises, mainly in Rome and always for private clients.

When redesigning interiors we always try to free the living space of pointless rooms and repetitions that often exist in traditional dwellings, but without sacrificing domestic comfort and the hierarchies between spaces which are in fact among the guiding principles of our design approach.

We believe that when redesigning living spaces it is important to create visual alignments and interior circularities to give airiness and breathing space to the home, also assisted by the light and views provided by windows.

In many of our projects we have integrated furniture and decor elements designed by ourselves and produced by trusted craftsmen, largely using simple materials such as natural wood, split stone and iron. Where possible we use smooth, naturally treated concrete as a facing material for flat surfaces in kitchens and bathrooms.

In the past 16 years we have also designed television stage sets, new buildings, complete renovations of existing buildings, office furniture ranges and design elements such as bookcases and light fittings.

We are currently at the production planning phase of a bookcase that has already been installed in many homes and commercial premises, and an interior lighting range.
LaCap architetture
LaCap architetture
  • Address Via Turchia, 7, 00196 Roma | Italy

The LaCap practice is a partnership comprising architects Marco Lanzetta and Francesca Capitani, who have worked together since 1999. From the beginning we have always specialised in interior renovations of apartments, shops and other commercial premises, mainly in Rome and always for private clients. When redesigning interiors we always try to free the living space of pointless rooms and repetitions that often exist in traditional dwellings, but without sacrificing domestic comfort and...