International Compasso d'Oro for Makio Hasuike, whose career began in 1968 in Milan. Find out Makio's products at #CiatDesign http://www.ciatdesign.com/it/consolle-dama.html
5 mm Tap. By Rubinetterie3M, designed by Giampiero Castagnoli, Marco Fagioli, Emanuel Gargano. Compasso d'oro for the category Design for living. Giury's comment: "excellent result that transmits the convergence between tecnical solutions and formal and innovative language; a compact solution that points to innovative scenes"
Ascent lamp, design by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan. Category Design for living. Compasso d'oro for "the semplicity and the beutyness of a single move that calibrates intensity and width of light"
Design as a development tool, category Design for the social, poject by Giulio Vinaccia and Valerio Vinaccia. Compasso d'Oro becaouse it is "a project intended to a real world in a limited resources context, using loca risources and materials"
Ferrari FXX K designed by Flavio Manzoni and Werner Gruber, Ferrari Design. Compasso d'Oro, category Design for mobility, "for cars of great industrial craftsmanship that reflect Ferrari and Made in Italy's values. Prize for a formidable team that embodies the values of a historic brand"
Vela, designed by Lievore, Altherr and Molina for Tecno, category Design for Work. Compasso d'Oro "for a research that ends in an elegant, light, solid and tecnological product, integrating brilliantly ergonomics and aesthetics"
International Compasso d'Oro for Ron Arad, israelian design well known world wide. Have a view of his products available at #CiatDesign http://www.ciatdesign.com/en/catalogsearch/result/index/?designer=62&q=ron+arad
Monokini, Design for mobility, designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design (exterior design) e Alberto Mancini Design (interior design), Baglietto (naval architecture), for Baglietto. Compasso d'Oro for "the reinterpretation of an archetype of the seal's tradition with the introduction of innovative tecnologies"
Ok is the lamp designed by Konstantin Grcic for @floslighting, early winner of the Compasso d'Oro 2016 prize for Living Design category, for "an object that propose an icon revolution, keeping the traditional elegance"
"Giovanni Arvedi" auditorium. Designed by Giorgio Palù and MIchele Bianchi for the ARvedi and Buschini fundation, category Design for communication. Compasso d'oro since they have realized "with beutyness and elegance the armony concept such as a bis musical instrument"