Ángela Baeza, Gold at the ADCV Awards

Ángela Baeza wins Gold in the Producte category at the Designers' Association of the Valencian Community Award (ADCV) with her Final Project of the Bachelor of Design Cunnus, a new proposal to improve women's intimate health.

Cunnus wants to make visible and improve women's intimate health through two designs to prevent and treat some diseases that affect the female reproductive system: Anthurium and Lilium, which improve the quality of life by reducing pain and discomfort. Made of medical grade silicone, they are biocompatible with the intimate area. They are hypoallergenic, durable and resistant to sterilisation after use.

The ADCV Awards are established with the aim of rewarding design excellence in the Valencian Community and recognising the positive economic, social, environmental and cultural impact that design achieves when integrated into companies, institutions and initiatives.

All the finalist pieces of the ADCV 2024 Awards will be exhibited on the official website and will be included, together with the winners, in a printed publication, which will be launched at the awards ceremony to be held by the Designers' Association of the Valencian Community in June.

In addition, the award-winning works, including the finalists, will be exhibited in a physical exhibition, which will be inaugurated in September at the Las Naves centre, Valencia.

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