Born in 1992 in Italy, Ruggero Franceschini studied acting in Piccolo Teatro of Milano School, directed by Luca Ronconi, and Humanities in University of Milan, between 2011 and 2016. He worked as an actor in theatre shows of Piccolo Teatro di Milano (with directors Luca Ronconi, Declan Donnellan, Giorgio Sangati, Federico Tiezzi), CSS Teatro del FVG (with Alessandro Marinuzzi), Slowmachine Belluno (with Rajeev Badhan). Meanwhile, he started developing a personal artistic practice, creating and showcasing in Italy theatrical collaborative projects such as Senhal (2012), Melancholia I (finalist at Lidia Petroni award, 2014), Il figlio soffre (2015), and site-specific performances such as Panopticon (finalist at Squeeze It award, Trieste 2016), and White Miscadrines (2016).

In 2017, Ruggero Franceschini started an MA in Performance Design and Practice in Central Saint Martins, London, UK, which resulted in site-specific collaborative urban performances such as The Experience (London, 2017), Athina to 3 (Athens, 2018), Crowd Control (Treviso, 2018), Padua Silk Road (Milan, 2018), and finally his degree show Clarissa (London, 2019).

After graduating in 2019, merging his different skills and experiences, he developed a practice that can be defined as a playful mapping of site-specific urban locations. As a result, he created The Monuments of Paese (Paese, 2019) and an upcoming project in Taipei, Taiwan.

He is also a skateboarder and a singer.