The suit 4Life, designed by Grado Zero Espace, for the operators of the Arciconfraternita della Misericordia of Empoli, contributes to the most prestigious and coveted award for Italian design: the XXIII Compasso d'Oro ADI, the Association for Industrial Design. The suit will be exhibited during the exhibition Designè, housed in the Furniture Fair of Milan, which opens April 2 at the exhibition area Spazio A, former Ansaldo, in Tortona 54 street, Milan. The exhibition will last until the end of May. Promoters of the show, as well as the ADI, are the Municipality of Milan, the Lombardy Region and the Federlegnoarredo. Here the presentation of the mayor of Milan, Pisapia : http://www.luxgallery.it/compasso-d-oro-2014-torna-a-milano-48850.php
We must point out that the uniform has distinguished itself by raising the standards of reliability through the use of new materials and technologies, and for its innovative design. The suit is the result of many years of development process by the Misericordia of Empoli association and of over ten-year of experience by Grado Zero Espace's application in the field of materials and technologies in wearable.