Luca Curci (Bari, 1975) is an Italian artist, architect and designer. In 2006 he founded the architecture firm LUCA CURCI ARCHITECTS which has realized several projects of residential buildings, private houses, villas, restaurants and stores. In 2007 he realized the detailed design of a footbridge built on the river Seine in Paris, and in 2011 he designed and realized different Apple stores in Italy. With the projects “Organic Cities”, “Desert Cities” and “Vertical City”, designed for the Middle East Area, he deals with the theme of environmental planning and architecture sustainability. Starting from 2015 he teaches Urban Planning and Interior Design at the Bahcesehir University (BAU) in the department of Rome.
In 2001 he founded It’s LIQUID, a communication platform with over 200.000 subscribers, dedicated to art, architecture and design, that has organized more than 150 events all around the world.
In 2017 he founds the contemporary art gallery Galerie 222, in the Principality of Monaco, including the realisation of the interior design. In December 2017 he founds THE ROOM – Contemporary Art Space in the heart of Venice, very close to Piazza San Marco, as Director of the gallery.