Prize-giving ceremony of the Delta Prizes and ADI Medals to Industrial Design
Prize-giving ceremony of the 35th edition of the Delta Prizes, the prestigious international awards to industrial design organised by ADI-FAD. The objective of the prizes is one more year to promote the public recognition of any products that stand out for their innovative features. Products that stand out for the conceptual renewal they entail, the social response they generate and their environmental suitability as well as their actual design and manufacturing quality.
The Delta Prizes are a springboard for national businesses towards a global market and a key benchmark for foreign companies commercialising their products in this country. The prize-giving ceremony of the Delta Prizes also includes the ADI Medals to the best degree, master or postgraduate projects in industrial design.
The jury for the awards this year consists of: Ilka Schaumberg, curator and exhibition designer; Curro Claret, multifaceted designer and occasionally professor and promoter of workshops and activities; Marcus Fairs, founder and editorial director of Dezeen; Pekka Korvenmaa, tenured professor of design and culture and deputy dean of the Aalto University School of Art and Design, Helsinki; Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos, director of design at SEAT; Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, journalist specialising in design and architecture; Viviana Narotzky, design historian and chair of ADI-FAD.
Date: 28 June
Time: 8.30 pm
Location: Theatre Hall, CCCB
Admission: by invitation
Sponsored by Fundación Banco Sabadell
With the support of: DHUB, Barcelona City Hall, Centre Català de Reciclatge (Catalan Recycling Centre) and Servei Estació