Letizia Romani

3D-Draugthswoman / Technical Designer

Letizia Romani has been working at Architectenbureau Vroom since November 2022 as a 3D draughtswoman and Technical Designer. 

“Since childhood, I’ve been enthusiastic about history, and growing up in Rome has nourished this passion. I’ve developed a deep awareness of the importance of preserving cultural heritage. This has led me to pursue a career in architectural restoration, combining my love for history with a strong technical foundation.”

After completing her Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Sciences in 2017 at Roma Tre University (Italy), Letizia pursued a Master’s degree in Architecture and Restoration, graduating Cum Laude in 2020. During her studies, she spent a year in Granada, Spain, where she developed an interest in historical research for 3D-modeling. Her master’s thesis, focusing on the Virtual Redesign of a vanished area in Rome’s historic center, won the second prize for best architectural restoration thesis awarded by the Italian Association of Architectural Restoration in 2021.

 Her specializations lie in three-dimensional modeling for visualization purposes. She mainly remodels period rooms and monumental halls (Singel 132, 134, Herengracht 446). She also handles project design and technical detailing.

Examples are: Singel 132, 134 en Herengracht 446.