A cycle of online appointments promoted by the ADI Design Department opens on 9 April: until June the students of the ADI member universities will be able to get to know directly from the voice of some of the main Italian designers their experiences, their professional strategies, the reasons for the success of their projects. The program sees university students meet ADI designers for three months. Davide Conti (Davide Conti Design Studio) will participate on April 30 from 12.30 pm to 14.30 pm meeting the students of the ISIA Rome Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche in Rome. Other interventions by Italian designers on other dates and days, including; Alex Terzariol (MM Design), Luisa Barbieri (Hangar Design Group), Fabio Calvi (Studio Associato Calvi Brambilla); Niccolò Adolini (Studio Adolini); Monica Graffeo (Monica Graffeo Studio); Goffredo Baduini (Giugiaro Architecture); Franco Origoni (Origoni Steiner Associated Architects); Walter de Silva (WDSConceptDesign), Edgardo Angelini (Design Group Italia), and Alberto Meda (Studio Alberto Meda). “There are many design studios associated with ADI and many are those who with great generosity they made themselves available to meet the students to reveal both the difficulties faced and the professional virtuosity that allowed them to transform a sketch into a successful project. “, explains the Coordination Committee of the ADI Design Department, which includes Ambrogio Rossari, Antonella Andriani, Federico Delrosso, Andrea Jandoli, Davide Vercelli. The meetings are open to everyone, but any online presence must be booked. The dates of each meeting and registration procedures published on the ADI website and on the association’s Facebook and Instagram channels below;
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