Horacio Pagani awarded Compasso d’Oro Prize

The prize, structured by Italian ADI – Associazione per il Disegno Industriale, was assigned by an global jury, who picked the 20 finest objects in the different classes.

Horacio Pagani awarded Compasso d Oro prize

Recognized in 1954, the ADI Premio Compasso d’Oro — Golden Compass Award — is the world’s oldest and most distinguished design and style award, dependent on an strategy by Gio Ponti to emphasize the worth and high quality of products and solutions intended in Italy.

Pagani Huayra Roadster BC

The award presentation ceremony was held on 20 June at the ADI Design Museum in Milan which will host an exhibition of all the products entered for the 2022 award, from 21 June to 11 September. As a result, the Huayra Roadster BC is now part of the ADI Compasso d’Oro Assortment.

Horacio Pagani’s method and type distinguished them selves in the “Design for mobility” class many thanks to the function on the Huayra Roadster BC challenge, described by Horacio Pagani as “an extraordinary inspiration drawn from magnificence and scientific analysis in all its forms”.

Pagani Huayra Roadster BC

Created in 2019, the Roadster BC is the final result of meticulous operate on the vehicle aesthetics and obsessive awareness to aspects, to produce a unique Pagani vehicle that would deliver an incomparable driving practical experience.

Pagani Huayra Roadster BC

The consequence is an audacious, exuberant automobile, handcrafted in line with Leonardo da Vinci’s rules of Artwork and Science, fundamental aspects that form the basis of the Pagani Automobili inventive philosophy.

“For me it is an honour to be recognised as 1 of the best designers and an excellence of Italian design and style by the ADI jury,” Horacio Pagani commented, “but I want to anxiety that this award should be shared with the Pagani style and design and engineering workforce that has worked by my facet ever due to the fact this great adventure started. Devoid of their frank and frequent suggestions, the passion they set into their work every single day, none of this would be probable.”

(Resource: Pagani)