Mosca Partners is based on the passion for design of its founding partners Caterina Mosca and Valerio Castelli, who have many years of professional experience in the sector.
The adventure began in 2011 induced by a desire to enrich and promote the culture of design – to spread innovative new 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.
To achieve these results 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.
After a careful selection process, some of the most important European schools of design, many young designers and start up companies take part in Mosca Partners events along side internationally renowned architects such as Kengo Kuma, Michele De Lucchi, Mario Bellini, Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, Marcio Kogan, Patrcia Urquiola, Francis Kerè, Diller Scofidio+Renfro, Asif Khan and Pezo von Ellrichshausen (who took part in the most recent edition during Milan Design Week 2019) that have created remarkable installations in collaboration with some of the most important brands in international design.
After completing her studies in 1982 Caterina began working for the family company, Mosca srl, till 1995. From 1995 to 2001 she worked together with Studio Dolcini Associati, managing the…
Having just received his degree in Architecture from the Politecnico of Milan in 1972, he founded and directed the CentroKappa(until 1984), a consulting company in the realm of business communications.…
“Mosca Partners always looks for quality contents that give value to companies and designers as well as to project and research themes to promote the territory where the events take place.”