Luisa was born and bred in Milan. After getting an MA from the University of Rome, she also received a PhD in Political Science and History from the University of Milan. She has worked as associated Professor by the University of the Study in Milano and as a lecturer of Art and History at the Seton Hall University (NJ) Luisa is passionate about Renaissance, as well as putting traditions, uses and moral codes of the past, in context with today's Milan. She's also been working as a personal shopper for many years and is familiar with the best boutiques and shops in the city. When not guiding, she works as reporter for a major italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
Originally from Scotland, Jeremy has been living in Milan for the past 20 years. Here he was an associate lecturer in Milan with the Open University. As well as leading seminars on course subjects he took students to visit the Brera Art Gallery and churches in Milan. Doing so, he discovered his passion for sharing his knowledge with others. Jeremy has a PhD in archaeology, a deep knowledge of Milan's past and present and a love for his adoptive neighborhood of Navigli.
Born in Milan, Riccardo got an MA in Architecture and a PhD in Architectural and Urban Design from Politecnico di Milano. He participated at several academic programs, including one as researcher at the New York Institute of Technology and one as lecturer at the American University of Sharjah (UAE). He is nowadays an Adjunct Professor at Politecnico di Milano, where he teaches Architectural Design and Architectural Theory. After collaborating with renowned international architecture firms, he founded rm/a, his own design studio.