Francesco Maria Delogu gratuated in Architecture at “La Sapienza” University of Rome in 1990. In the same year, alongside Gaetano Lixi, he founded “Delogu Lixi Associates Architects” in Rome, which continued to operate until 2000. In 2001, he became the owner of “Delogu Associati” and further concluded the business in 2014 to coincide with the re-entry of Nemesi in business, one of the founding members in 2007. After achieving an MA at the Pratt Institute in New York (1992), he performed ongoing teaching activities both abroad (New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1997) and in Italy at “La Sapienza” University of Rome (2002 – 2012), as well as several teaching experiences as a Visiting Professor in Italian Faculties and more. In 2008, he was named curator by Aaron Betsky all “XI International Architecture Exhibition – Out There”.
Founded in 1997 by Michele Molè, Nemesi is an architecture and urban design firm which operates on different scales of the projects with a rigorous approach open to new challenges and where each point of arrival represents a brand new starting point. Nemesi architecture stems from a deep and continuous research and reworking of contemporary forms of expression, combined with a careful study of reference context input in dialogue with the sorrounding territory. The work of Nemesi is the result of an analytical process which elaborates the various environmental, cultural and economic factors that affect the project.