architecture and design

Studio Moscatelli was founded in 1946 by Giulio Moscatelli.



Giulio Moscatelli graduated in 1944 at Politecnico di Milano and began his career working at Gio Ponti's office in Milan. His first works date from the 50s, with some furniture presented at the Fiera Campionaria in Milan. He was president of the 10th Selettiva of Cantù (1974), joined, among the others, by Alvar Aalto, Carlo De Carli and Gio Ponti. During the subsequent years he received several assignments in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Lebanon, designing a hotel in Jeddah and interior projects for the sister-in-law of the King of Arabia. Among his works there are the three palaces for the exhibition of the furniture from Cantù: the Galleria mobili d'arte (1955), the Consorzio esposizione mobili (1956) and the Palazzo Artigiani del Mobile (1959).

Carlo Moscatelli graduated in 1972 at Politecnico di Milano. He participated in several architectural competitions, winning the ones for the plan for the area ex-Scalabrini in Cermenate (1990), for urban renewal in San Martino in Mozzate (ex-aequo, 2004) and for the redevelopment of Piazza Giovanni XXIII in Cerete (2005) and in product design contest, resulting the winner in the one organized by the company Saint Gobain for crystal furnishing items (1976). He was part of urban planning, building and competition commissions; he operates within the building design, furniture and industrial design.

Matteo Moscatelli, architect and PhD, graduated in 2002 at Politecnico di Milano. He published "Architecture in Shanghai. History, Culture and Identity" (2019), "Gli strumenti di controllo del progetto contemporaneo" (2019), "Archibook Expo 2015" (2015) "On the road: Milan" (2015), and articles and essays for the magazines "Ananke", “Area", "Arketipo", "Casabella", "Il Giornale dell'architettura" and "L'industria delle costruzioni". He teaches at Politecnico di Milano, at IED and at the Spring Semester of the University of Southern California, and he joined international design workshops in France, Colombia, Egypt, China and Australia. 

Stefano Moscatelli graduated in 2008 at Politecnico di Milano. He attended the master Sustainable territory and architecture at Politecnico of Milan. This experience led him to collaborate for EMBT office in Barcelona. He published some articles for the magazine ANANKE and the itinerary of the contemporary architecture of Bilbao for the magazine Area. Since 2011 he has collaborated with IED in the courses of history of architecture and design and with the University of Southern California. Since 2012 he has collaborated with FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano), managing the group FAI Giovani Como (2012-2017) and FAI Giovani Lombardia (since 2017).