ADI Love Design 2021

ADI Love Design 2021: ADI and Fondazione AIRC with the support of design and fashion companies bring fundraising for cancer research online

Love Design, which for ten editions has seen Fondazione AIRC and ADI support research together, changes. The event attended for years by thousands of design enthusiasts becomes an all-digital event. On April 21, at 6.30 pm, ADI will present the new format ADI Love Design 2021 on its social channels, with a live streaming.

Design supports research

ADI Love Design will be back from November 1 to 7, 2021, with a totally redesigned digital format, on the occasion of the Days of Research, AIRC’s annual event dedicated to information and support for cancer research. Essential partners of this operation are Italian design companies, which participate by offering a selection of their best products. The proceeds from the donations will be used to fund training programs for young research talents. An important new feature for this edition is the participation of Confindustria Moda with its associated companies.

During the event, ADI will curate a schedule of live stream events, including interviews and insights with testimonials and representatives from the world of design and research. The aim of this edition is to increase the number of companies joining the event and the number of products to be offered to design and fashion enthusiasts and supporters of AIRC Foundation to make cancer increasingly curable by funding 3 three-year scholarships for young researchers.

Discover the winners of the Compasso d’Oro Awards 2020

ADI-love-design-AIRC Love Design 2021

Online preview: April 21, 2021, 6.30 pm

Live streaming on the following channels

Facebook: ADIassodesign

Youtube: ADI Associazione per il Disegno industriale


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