Multifaceted, award-winning information designer Giorgia Lupi’s work possesses the unique ability to communicate beyond borders and language barriers. A working life lived between Italian and American cultures has helped hone Giorgia’s powerful design approach, in which she deploys data and graphics to tell a story. Her creativity is further fueled by the vibrant energy of New York City and her upstate escapes. Now a partner at Pentagram, Giorgia works with brands including Google, IBM, MoMA, and the Gates Foundation. Her work has been featured in the New Yorker, National Geographic, Forbes, and the New York Times, and she has been included on Fast Company’s list of the 100 most creative people in business. She has also co-authored two books and given a Ted Talk on her humanistic approach to data. We caught up with Giorgia to talk about where her creativity takes her and top spots to spend time in New York City.