According to ADI (Associazione per il Disegno Industriale), the Italian Association for Industrial Design, Andrea Parisio and Giuseppe Pezzano's installation is among the top five at the exhibition.
Now in its third edition, the ADI Booth Design Award recognises booths that best communicate the identity and value of a company's products. The commission formed by Cecilia Bione (Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna), Pierluigi Molteni (architect and lecturer in Advanced Design) and Wladimiro Bendandi (ADI Emilia-Romagna) gave the following reasons for the prize awarded to Italgraniti:
The exhibition space evokes the spatiality of a village, where the archetypes of conventional architecture become "display devices" that accompany the visitor in the discovery of the products exhibited in calm settings. The pure forms used, as well as the textural monochromy, make the project refined and elegant, translating the urban concept beyond any stereotype, into a declination rich in possibilities for product narration and localisation.