The product design graduate Roc Miranda was made yesterday with the ADI Gold Medal, the highest recognition of this award, for years, rewards the final projects of students of industrial design. The medal is all a recognition of the effort and work well done in their project "Plow 2.7", a shovel outside rescue that optimizes rescue time and physical wear characteristic of the person, while protecting trauma. You can learn more about your project in the interview Give you to the latest issue of our magazine ISSUE.
The ADI Medal has an international jury in charge of deliberating on the best presented and deserving of a gold, silver or bronze medal projects. The winner of the Gold Medal ADI receives a free entry in an international workshop and the commission paid to design the medals for the next call.