I collaborate with international companies, start-ups and public institutions internationally. I have a decade long experience in developing identities across various media, and designing wayfinding and signage systems.
My teaching roles include, among many others: adjunct professor in Typography at Milan’s Polytechnic, visiting professor in Architecture and Design at University of Navarra and regular lecturer for the Interior Design master at Tongji University, Shanghai.
Beside teaching I am one of the founders of CAST Type Foundry and proud member of Alphabettes.org, a loose network who supports and promotes the work of all women in the type field.
For any enquiries please drop a line at:
MARTA [AT] MARTABERNSTEIN.COM
For over a decade I have been creating and developing identity systems across various media, with a deep care for typography.
I have a solid know-how in designing wayfinding and signage systems for office building and public spaces.
Before joining Tiemme Studio I founded in 2006 LS graphic design in Milan, where I worked for nine years.
I have been collaborating with a diverse range of clients, both large and small, from NGOs and public institutions to international companies.
I very much love teaching and I have been involved in it on a regular basis since 2007. I have been adjunct professor since 2011 at Politecnico of Milan and I teach in various courses in typography and type design at SPD (Scuola Politecnica di Design), Domus Academy, Escuela de Arquitectura (Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona).
CAST Foundry – Cooperativa Anonima Servizi Tipografici
CAST is an Italian digital type foundry dedicated to the production and marketing of high quality fonts, focused on branding and publishing. Together with Luciano Perondi, Erasmo Ciufo and Riccardo Olocco in 2013 we started it, soon joined by more type designers.
I completed my B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Graphic Design at Milan's Polytechnic and my M.Des in type design at at Type and Media Master, the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague, NL.
My dissertation «A Hundred Years of Type in Italy 1813–1908. From the death of Bodoni to the raise of Augusta» was the beginning of an ongoing research on 19th Century type, recently presented at ATypI in Antwerp, Belgium.