Association for Industrial Design (1956)
The ADI (Association for Industrial Design) from 1956 brings together designers, enterprises, researchers, teachers, critics, journalists around the themes of design: design, energy consumption, recycling, education.
Its purpose is to promote and help implement, non-profit, the most appropriate conditions for the design of goods and services, through the cultural debate, the intervention with the institutions, the provision of services.
For the ADI design is designing culturally aware, the interface between the individual and society's collective demand and supply manufacturers. Involved in designing products, services, visual communications, packaging, interior architecture and environmental design.
The design is a system that relates the production dealing with users of research, innovation and engineering, to provide functionality, social value, cultural significance to goods and services distributed on the market.