Carlo Stanga lives and works in Berlin. Throughout his career, he has been awarded many international prizes and has collaborated with leading institutions and brands such as UNESCO, Mercedes-Benz, Cartier, La Repubblica, MTA New York, The High-Line New York and Wall Street Journal, Stefano Ricci, Missoni, Brioni. 

Since 2014, he has illustrated and written a series of books for Moleskine, dedicated to the most important cities of the world, merging his passions for architecture, travel, design, arts, and writing.   

The talk is part of the “Disrupting Patterns” series, multidisciplinary and innovation-oriented open lectures that deal with various topics related to design, deepening them with the desire for research, contemporary processes and future themes. 

The talk will be held on October 5th at 5.30 pm CEST.
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