Luigi Fragola Architects is an interior design and architecture firm based in Florence, Italy. Our multidisciplinary team has a twenty-year history in developing international projects in the fields of hospitality and private residencies that integrate luxury with sustainability.
It is our mission to translate our Clients dreams into reality. We listen and interpret their lifestyle requirements into a practical, beautiful home. At every stage, Clients are consulted to ensure they’re completely happy with our designs, be it a private residence or a hotel design.
Since its inception, the firm has grown rapidly, developing an impressive array of high-end projects for the hospitality industry and for private residencies. Luigi Fragola Architects is now an integrated design and concept firm, with several departments dealing with interior design, architecture, product design and visual communication.
Italian interior designer Luigi Fragola has been involved in many different hotel designs and has been praised to make them feel like “a home away from home”. As a hotel designer he strives to make guests as comfortable as possible, by keeping together design aspects and functionality of the working environment. His designs are an expression of the famous Italian aesthetic.
Luigi studied Communication at the I.E.D. in Rome before moving to Florence, where he graduated in Architecture. His first work experience at Yoox.com let him acquire organization skills, as well as passion for web and technology.
He then returned to Florence and started to work with the architect Michele Bönan supervising local projects and cooperating in the realization of important foreign commissions.
In 2005, he established Luigi Fragola Architects, an architecture and interior design practice through which he clocked up his early successes and which he has since used as the platform for a plethora of projects in numerous areas of the architecture and interior design fields.
His desire to innovate has driven him to conduct ongoing research into new materials and state-of-the-art technological solutions. His passion for wood and dedication to the environment have become key elements of his architectural approach, which has seen him win a major commission for the creation of eco-sustainable wooden buildings.