Lorenzo Ottaviani is the author of Travel Italia: The Golden
Age of Italian Travel Posters
published worldwide by Abrams.

 

He is also the co-author of the acclaimed architectural book Midcentury House Today published worldwide by The Monacelli Press.

 

Born and raised in Rome, Italy, Lorenzo began his design career in Rome at the renowned studio of Pier Paolo Scalera, assisting Mr. Scalera in creating some of the most iconic Italian movie posters.

 

A graduate of Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome, Italy, Lorenzo furthered his studies at School of Visual Arts in New York with two of the most celebrated American masters of graphic design: Tony Palladino (PSYCHO) and Milton Glaser
(I LOVE NY).

 

In New York he founded his
own design practice
Lorenzo Ottaviani Design.

 

His work has been recognized with numerous design awards including the prestigious Graphis Gold Award in three different categories.

 

Lorenzo also leads the graphic design and publishing efforts of some of the best contemporary architects such as Rafael Viñoly for whom he curated and designed books, brochures,  and websites.

 

Lorenzo resides in the New York area with his wife Gay, a group psychotherapist.

 

Lorenzo Ottaviani is the author of Travel Italia: The Golden Age of Italian Travel Posters published worldwide by Abrams.

 

He is also the co-author of the acclaimed architectural book Midcentury House Today published worldwide by The Monacelli Press.

 

Born and raised in Rome, Italy, Lorenzo began his design career in Rome at the renowned studio of Pier Paolo Scalera, assisting Mr. Scalera in creating some of the most iconic Italian movie posters.

 

A graduate of Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome, Italy, Lorenzo furthered his studies at School of Visual Arts in New York with two
of the most celebrated American masters of graphic design: Tony Palladino (PSYCHO) and Milton
Glaser (I LOVE NY).

 

In New York he founded his
own design practice
Lorenzo Ottaviani Design.

 

His work has been recognized with numerous design awards including the prestigious Graphis Gold Award in three different categories.

 

Lorenzo also leads the graphic design and publishing efforts of some
of the best contemporary architects such as Rafael Viñoly for whom he curated and designed books, brochures,  and websites.

 

Lorenzo resides in the New York area with his wife Gay, a group psychotherapist.