Ognidove won 2020 Archiproducts Design Awards
OGNIDOVE won for the category Lighting the prize Archiproducts Design Awards 2020, dedicated to the world design products of excellence
Archiproducts Design Awards
Since 2016 Archiproducts Design Awards is a point of reference regarding quality, creativity and innovation in the world of the contemporary Design. During the last years it has been a common ground for new synergies among designers and brand all over the world.
In 2020 these aspects have been decisive: as a result of the pandemic, all the brands are searching for a new balance in order to counteract revenue decreases.
In 2020 Archiproducts Design Awards has been followed with a greater enthusiasm than previous editions, encouraging and supporting who has reacted with strength and sacrifice to this difficult situation.
The ADA 2020 participants were 750, divided in 14 categories: in October the jury has proclaimed the Longlist, while in November the winners have been announced.
The jury is composed by the most attractive international architectural firms, designers, creative directors, editors, photographers and creative hubs. Among the others, Studio Libeskind, UNStudio, Matthew McCormick, Marcio Kogan, Piero Lissoni, Mecanoo, Quincoces Drago, Diego Grandi, Rossana Orlandi, studiopepe, Fabio Fantolino ed Edoardo Tresoldi. For the first time Patrik Schumacher, director of Zaha Hadid Architects, Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin of Formafantasma, Giovanna Castiglioni, Vicepresident and general secretar of Achille Castiglioni Foundation, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of DIMORESTUDIO, NYC, Hana Hakimo of the Australian Stella Collective and the photographer Omar Sartor.
As in previous years, the prize, designed by MUT Design, will be built using the De Castelli method, an exclusive metals oxidation and stratification process, another world design products of excellence.
Ognidove, a lamp designed by Bettonica and Leone
For the Lighting category, the first prize has been won by Ognidove lamp, designed by Luta Bettonica and Giancarlo Leone. Luta and Giancarlo met in 1996 and founded Studio Bettonica Leone in Milan, combining creativity and attention to detail in architectural and interior design projects.
Luta Bettonica is president and artistic director of Cini&Nils, a company which since 1969 has stood out all over the design world for designing innovative lamps such as Cuboluce, FormaLa, Acqua e Passepartout. Research, innovation, attention to detail, quality of the materials and made in Italy are always the Cini&Nils strengths.
The winner of 2020 Archiproducts Design Awards is part of the new product collection, inspiring to modern concepts of object transformation and ductility.
It’s possible to match the lamp with a single vase: both of them have a magnet at the bottom which allow to position the device on whatever metal surface. Furthermore the vase can be offered in different solutions so that it will fit perfectly in each situation: fresh flowers are great for a romantic dinner, while a combination of branches and dried flowers could be an elegant furniture element.
Available both in desktop and floor version. All the elements are available in different finishes: gold, silver and matt black. Ognidove spreads a mood light, suitable both for indoor and outdoor: a wireless and dimmer touch system makes it very easy to use.