Born in 1991, Carlotta Manzoni graduated from the Liceo Artistico Preziosissimo Sangue in Monza, and then enrolled at the Politecnico di Milano to obtain a degree in Architectural Design in 2014. Three years later, she completed his master's degree, graduating with honours in Construction Architecture. Her thesis on the extension of Harvard University in Cambridge was nominated for the "Best Thesis of the Year 2017" award instituted by the Association of Architects of Milan.
During her studies, she was lucky enough to be a student of Professor Michele De Lucchi and to attend Product Design courses. As her first professional experience, she did an internship at the Cibic Workshop studio of designer Aldo Cibic.
Having always been fascinated by the world of architecture, she explains her vocation with an anecdote from her childhood: when asked "Why do you want to do architecture and not design?" she replied "Because first I build the house, then I furnish it." Over time, she has collaborated on various interior design projects for private residences and offices. She recently took part in the renovation project for Bianca, a five-star hotel located on Lake Annone, and created exclusive products for Bodema.