100km studio is a multidisciplinary creative practice specialized in wayfinding, cartography, scientific publications and multilinguistic projects.
The studio is dedicated to experimenting with formats, languages, writing systems and techniques and its work takes shape from a continuous comparison with space and time.
The studio is run by Luigi Farrauto and Andrea Novali.
The studio is based in Milan, Italy and operates globally.
Luigi has a degree in Visual Communication with a specialization in signage systems and a PhD in Design, with a thesis on cartography.
He lived in Porto, Damascus, Amsterdam, Doha, was a visiting researcher at the MIT Senseable City Lab in Boston and a contract professor in various Italian universities. He is also a Lonely Planet Italia author.
Designer with a passion for typography, grids, and signs, as well as travel and sneakers.
He studied Graphic Design and Visual Communication at the Politecnico di Milano, Musashino Art University (Tokyo, Japan), and CFP Bauer (Milan, Italy).
He's accumulated various working experiences by traveling and working with a variety of clients, managing their identities, printed matters, exhibits and signage systems, websites and applications.
Mo — Fr: 9 — 6 PM
Sa — Su: closed
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This website acts as a digital forum for the dissemination of individual projects and is not intended to be a comprehensive repository of works or a reflection of the studio's practice.
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