Alessia Delisi is a freelance journalist, specialising in design, architecture, and the arts and visual culture in general. Originally from Palermo, she chose Milan as her adoptive home following a degree in Aesthetic Philosophy from the Milan Statale University, writing her dissertation on Rayuela by Julio Cortázar. She began her writing career immediately after, mainly concentrating on art, but soon delving into the world of design and trends, hospitality and more. She current contributes to AD Italia, Marie Claire Maison Italia and Rivista Studio, while in the past, her work has appeared on the pages of Icon Design and icondesign.it. She considers herself to be an acute observer, and sooner or later, she will publish that book that has been closed in a drawer for some time.