The access control system developed for Expo Milano 2015 has been included by ADI in the publication that brings together the best of Italian design put into production.
The Came solution has also been selected to compete for the upcoming ADI Compasso d’Oro award.
Came features on the pages of the prestigious ADI Design Index with XVia, the access control system created for Expo Milano 2015.
The solution developed by Came to handle the high flows of daily visitors of the Universal Exposition has been included by the Italian Association for Industrial Design in the annual publication that brings together the best of Italian design put into production in 2015.
Every year, more than one hundred experts from the Permanent ADI Design Observatory choose the best design products from each industry - from furniture to cars, from building components to books - to be submitted for publication. XVia is one of 150 Italian objects produced in 2015 included in the famous book: it was selected from 758 nominations and will compete in the next edition of the ADI Compasso d’Oro competition, for which ADI Design Index forms the pre-selection.
In addition to having earned a place in the ADI catalogue, in the section dedicated to design for work, the Came access control system, the work of designers Marco Mora and Fabio Schiavetto, will be presented along with the other selected products at an exhibition in Milan and Rome.
“We are proud to have received this prestigious award from the ADI - declared Elisa Menuzzo, Vice President of Came - attesting to our company’s ability to produce technology products with a focus on design, 100% Made in Italy. Being present with XVia in the ADI Design Index also means being able to compete for the Compasso d’Oro ADI award with the solution designed to welcome visitors to the Universal Exhibition, the most important international event of 2015.”
On the ADI site, you can see the data sheet dedicated to XVia published in the ADI Design Index.