Francesca Ióvene is a photographer with an architectural background who lives and works between Berlin and Milan. After completing her MSc in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, she devoted herself to architecture and landscape photography, currently working on both personal research and commissioned projects, with a keen eye for places’ intimacy. She lived one year in Chile where she started an on-going project in the Atacama Desert; she has been part of a collective project in the Po river Delta curated by Ikonemi and developed a project on Lozio Valley (BS) during the artistic residence Falìa AIR. She had the chance to hold lectures about her work at Politecnico di Milano, her project was exhibited at Riaperture PhotoFestival Ferrara and some of her images were displayed in the exhibition “Ricostruzioni” at Triennale di Milano. Her pictures, both from personal projects and commissioned works, are regularly published on the major photography, architecture and design magazines. Francesca focuses instinctively on space’s atmospheres to narrate sensations, memories and experiences of her own life, bringing her subjective reality into the objective world to stage everyday life as it is experienced. Light, objects and both unique and recurrent phenomena characterise architecture and places in general, making them look like themselves, but always different.