Angelica Lorenzi (b. 1990) is an Italian designer, multidisciplinary artist and educator currently living in Los Angeles. Angelica holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Innsbruck and a Master of Architecture degree with honors from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Her love for unconventional material applications, and traditional crafts brought her to relate art to the design of interiors, objects, and architecture.

Over the last four years Angelica has researched the function and form of utilitarian and decorative objects incorporating materials such as ceramics, paper-mâché and fabric. Lorenzi uses traditional materials such as ceramic to create unconventional forms that dismantle traditional structures and conceptions of functional objects. Her sculptures often feature intricate adornments, undulating glazes and tactile textures that replicate surfaces found in nature and involve whimsy in both their narrative and assembly. Her work is inspired by an eclectic spectrum of references from Italian and American culture. From plants, flowers, and mythical creatures, to the contemporary imagery of the city imbued with its popular culture. Lorenzi interprets and combines this different aesthetics with the intention of creating works that subvert the everyday perception of domestic spaces. Her work manifests itself through multiple identities that take the form of domestic objects, rituals and worlds that linger between the magical and the real. Angelica's work has been shown in various international exhibitions and galleries, including the Venice Architecture Biennale, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Cleo the Gallery, Modest Common, Galerie Lulla and Vienna Biennale.