La Casa de Carlota, a design studio that promotes diversity and inclusion

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La Casa de Carlota, a design studio that promotes diversity and inclusion


La Casa de Carlota

Design studio that promotes the employment inclusion of people with Down syndrome and autism, and young people

Unlike other initiatives, La Casa de Carlota it is not an occupational center or an aid service, but an art company that seeks to incorporate diverse profiles in order to explore creativity without limitations. In the different projects, professional designers, students from design schools, illustrators, and creatives participate, as well as people with diverse abilities. The members define themselves as “creative activists”.

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