DOLFIN by Geovanny Fernando Carignani and Luca Cotini, Milan
To have elegantly translated a detail of the Venetian manufacturing tradition into a refined furnishing element.
LE VELASCHE by Ekaterina Shchetina, Milan
To have synthesized one of the architectural symbols of Milan into a furnishing design characterised by originality and creativity.
FLAVIO by Nicola D’Apollo, Carbonate (CO)
To have evoked the roots of the Italian architecture actualizing the salient features in a modern furnishing object.
LIBRERIA GAE (GAE BOOKSHELF) by Benedetta Pintus, Natalia Giribaldi and Ottavia Scarabelli, Milan Polytechnic
To have designed an original product, seeking for lightness and elegance harmoniously alternating volumes of solids and voids.
PORTABOTTIGLIE SKY WINE (SKY WINE BOTTLE RACK) by Federica Parini of the Fine Arts of the Brera of Milan
To have highlighted the fundamental stylistic aspects of the most famous Milanese “Pontiana” architecture by translating it into a functional and evocative furnishing object.
LO STORTO (THE CROOKED TABLE) by Sofia Favola Ruffinoni of the Fine Arts of the Brera of Milan
To have expressed in the table design a dynamic style recalling the architectonic virtuosity of one of the symbols of the “new Milan”.
ARCUM by Elisa Tonelli, Rimini
To have transformed an icon of the modern architecture and its structural formal matrix into a fascinating out-of- scale quote reaffirming the function and the image of a spatial container.
ALFEA by Mattia Fornari, Piacenza
For the refined conceptual and technical development of the architectural surface of the Leaning Tower of Pisa… unrolling and stylizing to become the refined and geometric skin of an elegant “architectural” piece of furniture.
GIO by Mauro Tagliabue, Seregno (MB)
For the elegant combination between the design rigour and the value of the materials and traditional processing, by evoking the sobriety of the Italian rationalism.
ARIANNA by Clelia Liberti, Medolla (MO)
The cultured reference to the organic forms of the “Arianna’s Labyrinth” by the sculptor Italo Lanfredini combined with the high cabinet-making techniques has created the design of a table expressing a perfect combination of elegance and dynamism, tradition and modernity.
WAIT by Alessandro Torre of ISIA (Institute for Industrial Arts) Rome
To have captured and synthesized with economy and elegance the structural architectural line, of strong identity, of one of the monuments of the Italian modern architecture, without falling into the mimesis or out- of-scale, but by distilling into simple furnishing the purity of a line suspended in space.
PERSONA (PERSON) by Luca Zanardo of the Fine Arts of the Brera of Milan
To have enhanced in a rigorous and apparently simple object the richness of the geometric matrixes with double and quadruple symmetry, by creating furniture matching volumetric solidity and lightness in its two prospective appearances.
NOVELLA CONSOLLE by Noemi Cricca of the Fine Arts of the Brera of Milan
For sinuosity of the shape, that with originality and softness of the lines, recalls the Florentine Renaissance beauty.