Medellín

Eight months working at La Casa de Carlota Barcelona was enough time for Nel Andrés to discover that his Colombia urgently needed a Casa de Carlota.

In 2016, one of the most exciting and revolutionary projects in the design and communication industry in Latin America was slowly born, without making much noise, but with all the enthusiasm of the world.

Black and white photo of the La Casa de Carlota Medellín team posing.

In Medellín, Nel uses the same model as Barcelona, but with local talent. In just a few months, we were working with important clients – and a few months after that, friends in other countries who’d heard about us were asking us what this La Carlota House is that brings so much joy to people.

WE ARE CREATIVE ACTIVISTS

Offices of La Casa de Carlota & Friends Medellín.
Six designers of the inclusive team of La Casa de Carlota Medellín, working.
Designer with Down Syndrome from La Casa de Carlota Medellín, illustrating faces.
Nel Correa, CEO and founder of La Casa de Carlota Medellín and Sebas Giraldo, creative with Down Syndrome, speakers at a conference.
Sara Rumié, founder of La Casa de Carlota Medellín, working.
Nel Correa, founder of La Casa de Carlota Medellín, speaker at a conference.
The creative team of La Casa de Carlota Medellín, embracing and congratulating one another after an event.
Sara Rumié commenting on a brief with the inclusive design team.
Detail of the entrance stairs to the facilities of La Casa de Carlota & Friends in Medellín.

Miscellaneous work from La Casa de Carlota Studio

Team

Jordan Galeano. Juan David Zuluaga. Laura Velazquez. Manuela Mejia. Melanie Herrera. Nel Correa. Sara Rumié. Sebastian Giraldo. Simón Mejia. Valentina Serna.

Want to join us in Medellín?

Contact us
Medellín

NOI - Impact Hub
Calle 17 43 F - 287

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Contact

Tel. +57 30 1287 3284

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La Casa de Carlota & Friends is the first communication company in Spain to be recognized for its commitment to people and the planet.

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