The ADI 2020 Awards select several Elisava-labeled projects


The ADI 2020 Awards, organized by the ADI-FAD Industrial Design Association, have announced the projects selected for the next edition of the awards. A group of national and international experts, from different fields of industrial design, communication, teaching and design theory, have evaluated the 360 ​​proposals submitted, from which they have selected a total of 160 projects.

These include, for example, the ‘Elisava Masters’ Talks’ international designer lecture series, driven by the School’s Master’s and Postgraduate programmes. The initiative has been nominated in the category of the ADI Culture Awards, which recognizes those projects that value the culture of design. Design, photography, architecture and communication figures such as Morag Myerscough, Susan Meiselas, Eva Franch and Renny Ramakers have passed through this cycle.

Some graphic adaptations of the 'Elisava Masters' Talks' cycle.

On the other hand, among those selected in the category of product design students are Amalia Puga, Elisava Alumni of the Degree in Design, who has been nominated for her TFG 'Entre redes'. The project, winner of an ei! in 2019, it claims the profession of Galician "redeiras", combining the value of its artisanal techniques with the possibilities offered by design and innovation.

'Entre redes', by Amalia Puga.

Other selected projects designed by Elisava Alumni:

  • Ohhbike, by Ànima Barcelona
  • Satellite, by Gerard Arqué and Martín Caneda d'Escofet 1886
  • Ombra, by Emiliana Design Studio
  • Garbet, by Emiliana Design Studio
  • Alpine, by Escofet 1886
  • Noem Carl, by Nutcreatives
  • Giro, by Fernando Crespo
  • Cota Mini Side Table, by Modo Barcelona
  • Ashi, by Emiliana Design Studio
  • ASANA, by OiKo Design Office
  • Tribeca USB, by Jordi Llopis Deisgn
  • Fuji, by Jordi Llopis Design
  • Fa Mini, by Gofi
  • Baldufa Light, by Artika
  • Gafas fabricadas mediante impresión 3D, by Josep Mateo Muñoz
  • Al Snowboard Binding, by Addition
  • Edna, by Ànima Barcelona
  • Carbonara, by BoO Barcelona
  • Artika Davinci Pack, by Ànima Barcelona

Other selected projects of professionals linked to Elisava:

  • Gradient Collection, by Luís Eslava Studio
  • Nais, by Luís Eslava Studio
  • BCN3D Epsilon, by BCN3D
  • Understanding l’Hospitalet, by Understanding Design – Diego Ramos, Saúl Baeza
  • On the way to Papanek. Collaboration project between the Design Museum of Barcelona and design schools.

The winners of the ADI Awards will be announced on November 24, as part of Barcelona Design Week.
Congratulations to the authors of the selected proposals and good luck!