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Current projects

Cambridge MA: our on-development work “Embedding the Cartesian Space Principles in a Smile, an Inclusive Learning Method for K12” backing our project Vektorelle and the tool for visually impaired kids Giulia-CC has been accepted and presented for the first time during a Poster Session at the following event: MIT LINC 2019 on Tuesday, June 18 • 3:15 pm – 5:00 pm, MIT Building 50, The Walker Memorial. Event website.

Poster Session, MIT LINC 2019 accepted paper “Embedding the Cartesian Space Principles in a Smile, an Inclusive Learning Method for K12” S.Vuga, E. Vuga

Read on ResearchGate, or below 🙂



  • Stefano Vuga, designer, author, and illustrator

Passionate about design, children’s literature, and digital content. Completed a Diploma in Graphic Design in Milan then studied at the Politecnico di Milano, earning a Master’s degree in Industrial Design with a thesis presented by the two terms director of the Milan Triennale Foundation and Exposition, Arturo Dell’Acqua Bellavitis. While studying he started working in Milan in the fashion industry for British designers. In 2007 he moved to Barcelona, working as a consultant for wider business areas related to design, art, publishing, and events. He actively collaborates with contemporary artists, including Bouke de Vries (Collection Kay Saatchi, Pallant House Gallery) producing the artist’s video installations. In 2014 he began to publish independent projects presented at the Barcelona Children’s Literature Festival Món Llibre. Festival hosted by MACBA Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art and CCCB Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona.

  • Eleonora Vuga, teacher, author

Passionate about children and parenting since forever. Completed a Diploma in socio-psycho-pedagogical studies and continued her education at the UNIMIB · School of Medicine and Surgery of Milan-Bicocca where she earned a Bachelor’s in Midwifery. She worked as a primary-school teacher in the public and private sectors until 2013, when she resumed her university studies and completed her hospital practice. Following in her grandmother’s steps, whose original diaries, notes, and academic bibliography of the training in the same profession she keeps. Besides preserving the family memories and being very busy with her three kids, she has always curated the contents and revised the texts of her brother Stefano’s stories. Currently working as a primary-school teacher in Bergamo.

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Above: Stefano Vuga & Eleonora Vuga, “Turbo TIPPI botons i ampolles” (Turbo TIPPI) MACBA hall, Barcelona, 2018 

Stefano & Eleonora Vuga, 2021