Studio Lutalica

Design and Consultancy for Feminists and Queers

Edinburgh, United Kingdom


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Studio Lutalica started from the idea of Cecilia Righini, non-binary queer and feminist Design Manager. Marrying their passion for design and their activism, they aim to support the Feminist and Queer communities – helping them with good and accessible design – and educate businesses to become more inclusive. The name comes from The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrow and refers to ‘the part of your identity that doesn’t fit into categories’.

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