Several projects by Elisava students selected in the ADI Medals 2024

Seven projects designed by Elisava students have been selected for the Medallas ADI, awards organised by ADI-FAD, where young designers can present their final degree, master’s or postgraduate projects. The aim of the competition is to build bridges between the academic and industrial world, as well as to promote the talent of the younger generations.

The finalist projects are the following:

Neoshell Pau Padrós, Carmen Guerra, Alex Bretaudeau, Miquel Clotet, David Riol, María Fernández, Marcel del Valle, Emma Brugué, Ainara Rico

Neoshell is a neonatal incubator born to improve technology for the care of premature babies. It aims to address challenges such as accessibility, hygiene, inclination, opacity and humidity, prioritising the comfort of newborns.

Form Follows Taste Neus Escoda

The aim of this project is to investigate and experiment with how the shape of the container affects the perception and tasting of wine, in order to design containers, instruments or tools that allow us to enjoy wine at different sensory and perceptive levels, in a new global organoleptic experience.

Punt Pere Itchart

Punt is an object elevator for elderly people living in buildings without lifts. It is an inclusive and practical device that relieves the task of climbing stairs laden with heavy packages.

Hipcare María Songel

Hipcare is the first 3D printed customised brace for the treatment of hip dysplasia in infants. It reduces the impact of traditional plaster treatment, the number of general anaesthetics, the lack of hygiene and breathability, the effects on the skin and the difficulty with nappies.

Odapt Ivana Llobet, Patricia López, Jessica Nissen

Odapt consists of a reusable and personalised 3D-printed wafer for two-piece ostomy pouches, which adapts to all types of stomachs. This makes it easier for the outlet of the stomach to go directly into the pouch, to avoid skin irritation or leaks.

Seating System Julen Beloki

Seating System is a proposal for the iconic USM system, in which the seating stands out. The solution includes four upholstered modules, four accessories and a joint. The aim was to avoid altering the system and, at the same time, retain all the capabilities without limitations.


NOBJECTE offers a fully customisable device adapted to the needs of the user. The project incorporates artificial intelligence technology, such as image recognition that models automatic learning. In addition, it offers blind people the possibility to move freely and explore new environments.