ZAGREB, 30 July 2020 – Rovinj-based Visual Communications studio Tumpić/Prenc has scooped up yet another international award.
Tumpić/Prenc has won gold in the signalisation category at the International Institute of Information Design’s – IIIDaward for its City Pools Pula – Pola project.
The project, which is the design of the overall visual identity and internal signaling of the city pools in Pula, Croatia, has already won a prestigious award.
“After the European Design Award for this work, another foreign recognition means a lot to us. We are glad that this jury also recognised the work in which we invested a special effort. It was not easy to make a project on such a large area of the pool that will achieve efficient communication within the building and at the same time enrich the architecture and in its own way entertain users,” said Anselmo Tumpić, creative director of the Rovinj studio.
The award was announced at a ceremony held through the Zoom platform, which was attended by winners from all continents.
The International Institute of Information Design was founded in 1986 in Vienna with the aim of developing information design as an independent field of expertise. In the meantime, it has become a global network for all whose job it is to make information clear in everyday life, business, education and science.
The institute awards prizes every three years, and members of the expert jury from ten countries in this selection among the works from around the world evaluated the quality, availability and efficiency of information, as well as attractiveness and elegance.
The awarded works will be the fourth edition of the IIIDaward publication and an exhibition that will be organised in more than ten countries around the world. The first will be held this summer at the Design Forum in Vienna, and it will also feature the work of the studio team consisting of Anselmo Tumpić, Anton Licul Grk and Sara Prenc Opačić.