Catalina Agudin was born in 1985 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Got her degree in Industrial Design in 2010 at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA).
Working in graphic design in Ionesoft, Switzerland.
Working independent for brands and agencies from Argentina and abroad.
Created Tonocoté shoes (2011), including handcraft cloth in semi-industrial products, after leding the design area of the NGO Arte y Esperanza (August 2008- July 2010).
Coordinated design workshops for aboriginal communities in the north of Argentina.
Participated with the results of the workshops in a design exposition called “Urban Gaucho” in Berlin, Germany (June 2010).
In 2009 she created the blog www.quediseno.com, since then she administrates it.
Teached for three years “Industrial Design” in class led by I.D. Beatriz Galán in the Faculty FADU, UBA (since 2010). Carried out a reserch work on wooden products manufactured by aboriginal communities for the UBA (2010).
buenos aires - bern