Without innovation and research, design just will not exist.
Mosca Partners curates and produces events for Design and Photography always looking for quality contents since 2011
Caterina Mosca and Valerio Castelli founded MoscaPartners in 2011 starting from their long experience in the design sector working for some of the most important international design brand.
Over the last years Mosca Partners is curating and producing events for Design and Photography setting new trends in the cities they were held in.
Moved by the desire to enrich and promote design culture
We want to spread innovative ideas by curating exhibitions and organizing events, intended not only for those with a professional interest in the design industry but also for a much wider public of enthusiasts. Wherever they are held, these events provide opportunities for cultural exchange on an international scale.
People at Palazzo Litta during Design Variations 2019
Valerio Castelli – Philippe Daverio – Caterina Mosca
Rolf Fehlbaum – Ricardo Scofidio – Caterina Mosca – Valerio Castelli
Valerio Castelli – Walter Bettens – Asif Khan
George Beylerian – Michele De Lucchi – Valerio Castelli
Michele De Lucchi – Francis Kerè – Andrea Branzi – Suresh Sethi
Everything happen when passion is shared in collaboration with people
Mosca Partners chooses quality projects by companies and designers with a particular emphasis on innovative or thought-provoking ideas, and pairs them with inspiring locations that work in synergy with the contents of the exhibitions to promote not only the work on show, but the territory itself that is hosting the event.
Working with Mosca Partners has been an uninterrupted stream of interesting challenges. A constant exploration of the refinement of thought and construction, presence and representation, technique and concept.
Pezo von EllrichshausenArchitects
We appreciated the vibrant teamwork of our partners, Mosca Partners, as well as engineers and builders, for their willingness to support us in the realization of the main installation of the “A Matter Of Perception” exhibition.
It was a pleasure to work in this unique historic building among such brilliant and innovative minds. We were honored to design the very heart of the event, the Courtyard Village, where idea exchanges, gatherings and encounters were fostered.