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Elesa wins yet another design award!

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The ADI Design Index 2023 selection presented in Milan the preselection for the Compasso d’Oro (Golden Compass), the prestigious and oldest Italian design award organised by ADI, the Association for Industrial Design.

Against the backdrop of the ADI Design Museum’s permanent exhibition in Milan, which was created to preserve and promote the catalogue of projects belonging to the Compasso d’Oro Award’s historical collection (which includes two ELESA products that won the award in 1994), stands this collection which is part of Italy’s national cultural heritage and is recognised by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage as being of exceptional artistic and historical interest.

Every year the Permanent Design Observatory – the ADI institution composed of several panels of experts active throughout Italy and central panels – reviews all Italian design production that will be evaluated by an expert jury and selects products that stand out for their originality and functional and typological innovation, for the production processes employed, for the materials used, and for their formal synthesis. Particular attention is paid to products that demonstrate environmental respect, public and social value, attention to usability, interaction, and Design for all.

Among the 219 products and services selected by the ADI Permanent Observatory, divided into 14 different themed categories, is ELESA’s M.2000-SWM, the new handle with monostable switch and LED indicator light that received an award in the “workplace design” category. This new and important accolade confirms the high level of quality of ELESA’s new technical solution, which stands out for the character of its distinctive design and its innovative content, already recognised by other prestigious juries such as the LEAP Design Award in the USA in 2022 and the IF Hannover in Germany in 2023.

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