Marmomac Water Night Gala: Winners of the best communicator award announced
Verona 28 September 2018 - The fascinating scenario of the Italian Stone Theatre, among works celebrating Italian excellence in stone and pools of water multiplying its majesty, was the setting for the award ceremony of the twelfth edition of the Best Communicator Award. The award, conceived by Veronafiere and dedicated to the best stands at Marmomac, is a not to be missed appointment during the trade fair and has increased its prestige among the 1600 exhibitors year after year.
The jury - comprising journalist Giorgio Tartaro, as President, designer and design blogger Camilla Bellini, interior designer Umberto Branchini, architect and designer Marco Piva and the scientific director of Arketipo Matteo Ruta - after an initial evaluation of the candidatures received, reviewed all the halls to complete the selection process and to elect the companies that best interpreted the concept of exhibit design.
The prize-giving event took place yesterday during the Marmomac Water Night Gala; during the evening interspersed by acrobatic dance performances by Ada Ossola, Maria Agatiello and Paola Quistini, the award ceremony was presented by Laura Peloso on stage with the President of the jury, Giorgio Tartaro, and Veronafiere's top management.
These are the winners in the various categories:
First Prize Italy to A&G 23 "for originality in showing technological and formal research applied to recreational and domestic objects".
First Prize International to HSMARBLES - HELLENIC SUPERIOR MARBLES (Greece) "for the overall interpretation of the entire exhibition space, choice of materials and highly expressive forms".
First Prize Italy to SANTUCCI GRANITI "for the elegant compositional review of iconic shapes and large to small scale display capacity”.
First Prize International to MARMYK ILIOPOULOS (Greece) "For the rarefaction of exhibition space highlighted by rhythmic play with volumes and textures".
First Prize Italy to PEDRINI “especially appreciable for overall coherence, attention to detail and the integration of machinery as elements of the exhibit area".
First Prize International to D2 TECHNOLOGY (Portugal) "For strong colour impact and graphic coherence enhancing the product".
First Prize Italy to TYROLIT VINCENT "for the impressive expressiveness of the metaphor evoked in large-scale photographic images and lighting effects recalling processing operations".
First Prize International to KGS DIAMOND INTERNATIONAL (Netherlands) "for the simplicity of the exhibition space nevertheless capable of enhancing the technological details of small components".