Giorgio Palù wins the Compasso d'Oro award
"Compasso d’Oro for giving shape to the concept of harmony equal to a great musical instrument, the Violin, with beauty and elegance. Design for communication ADI Design Index to Giorgio Palù for Giovanni Arvedi auditorium of Cremona Violin Museum ".
With this motivation at Milan Palazzo Isimbardi, ADI (Association for Industrial Design) awarded the prestigious Compasso d'Oro award, comparable to the Nobel prize for design, to Cremona-based Palù & Bianchi studio for the beauty, the perfection and elegance of the auditorium built on behalf of the Arvedi Buschini Foundation in the context of the recovery of Palazzo dell'Arte next to the Violin Museum.
Experience - Giorgio Palù
Giving concreteness and structure to complex shapes born from an idea, first translated into a sketch, then modeled on a computer, is a beautiful experience for a designer, possible only when you are lucky enough to collaborate with real "furniture tailors", where the sensitivity, the experience, the synthesis and realization capacity of the craftsmen, contribute to the success of the product ready for the market.