Porada International Design Award: the winners

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  • The jury of Porada International Design Award
  •  The jury of Porada International Design Award
  • The winning project of the Porada Award - Professional category: Sliding Plates by Luca Giacomelli and Lorenzo Rossotti
  • First prize in the Student category: Noua coffee table by Nicole Maccari (Politecnico di Milano, Industrial Product Design) and Serena Chillè (Politecnico di Milano, Product Service System Design)
  •  Second prize shared prize shared in the Professional category: Cycle by Yu Hiraoka
  •  Second prize shared in the Professional category: Relaz by Alessio Biava
  • Second prize in the Student category: Fly coffee table by Andrea Pedulli (Politecnico di Milano, Integrated Product Design)
  •  Third prize in the Professional category: Leo by Simone Alberto Gerbino
  • Third prize in the Student category: Torii by Nicolò Devetag (Politecnico di Milano, Design & Engineering)
  • Special mention in the Professional category: Fido by Gabriele Vella
  • Special mention in the Professional category: Bearing Table by Tom Fereday
  •  Special mention in the Student category: Odiyn by Ayse Yakar (Politecnico di Milano, Architectural Design)

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27 DIC 2017
The jury of the renown competition held by Porada Arredi and POLI.design in partnership with ADI, has named the winners of 2017 competition, divided into the Professionals and Students categories

The company has revealed the seven winners of the Porada International Design Award 2017, who will share a total cash prize of 12,000 euro; four projects in the Professionals category and three in the Students division, awarded for their capacity of grasping the competition’s philosophy by proposing innovative and original projects for the various types of tables: for the living space, coffee tables and side tables, representing the distinctive values ​​of a leading brand in Italian design such as Porada ".

In all, there were presented 209 projects, with numerous participations from Italy but with an equally positive international response.

For the Professionals category, the top prize went to Sliding Plates by Luca Giacomelli and Lorenzo Rossotti, a small table with three independent rotating tops, which allow changing the shape of the entire table surface and the configuration of the living space.

The second place is shared by Alessio Biava and Yu Hiraoka and the third price goes to Simone Alberto Gerbino.

In the Students category the first prize went to Nicole Maccari and Serena Chillé of the Politecnico di Milano for the Noua project, an element with an original multi-functionality, which can acts as a coffee table, thanks to the incorporated and removable plate, as a coin tray, thanks to a section carved under the plate, and as a magazine rack, thanks to a folded sheet of metal that is also the support of the entire table.

Second place for Andrea Pedulli and third place for Nicolò Devetag.

In addition to the winners, there were also three special recognitions: Ayse Yakar, Gabriele Vella and Tom Fereday.

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