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Julia Tatkowska, Alexandra TjerkasjinNackademin
Elin Fransson, Marina Isaksson, Charlotte TerströmNackademin
Josefin Björemo, Elin Nilsson Nackademin
Robert Ekberg, Elias koinberg, Zsofia Réger, Bo WahlundNackademin
We are talking moving box kit aesthetics in an appealing way, a solution that takes the drama out of the champagne and breaks the code. It’s creative as well as graphically trendy. And it calls for celebration every day.
Petra Landfors, Ladan Alipour, Camila Galamez Garcia, Anja RuehleNackademin
Kerstin Larsdotter, Sabina, Ella Lauberts, Maria HallenNackademin
Jenny Lindholm, Elin Fransson, Ellen Jansson, Lisette SvenssonNackademin
Amanda Olsson, Camilla WallentinBROBY GRAFISKA
Jenny Nolvand, Anna-Stina NilssonBROBY GRAFISKA
The jury: “This project goes to prove that the simplest thing can be the best. It’s a solution that breaks the code, yet keeps the mystery and the feeling about champagne. We appreciate the simplicity and the strong graphic shape that ensure high shelf impact. We are convinced that the concept is applicable to bigger bottles as well as other types of beverage. In addition, the documentation was first rate.”
Marcus Råbratt, Hilda FridmanBROBY GRAFISKA
Cajza Nydén, Max MolitorBROBY GRAFISKA
An entry that should stand up tall as a proud package. The jury never quite bought into the idea of displaying and selling it as a pack that lies down, but whenever it stands up it is an attractive and luxurious packaging solution that despite its simplicity has an air of quality.
Julia Abrahamsson, Linnea BondessonBROBY GRAFISKA
Molly Mellström, Mimmi EricssonBROBY GRAFISKA
“For an interesting concept where the added value of the packaging will make itself heard of. The lid can be used as an analogue loudspeaker for a smartphone. A good innovation that could have been taken even a step further. The possibility to “connect” to a fibre-based package is very imaginative. It’s like fibre goes digital. And it works, we have tested it.
Thibault Trefeil, Guillaume Roche, Thibaut Lebel, Clarisse Broyon, Pauline MarquetESEReims
Romain Cohen Solal, Pauline Kremer, Elisabeth Lebhar, Lucie VogelESEReims
Morgane Lejour, Nicolas Delaunay, Pauline LalouetteESEReims
Sarah Lachi, Nicolas de Wailly, Théophane ChenetESEReims
Cloé Lair, Julie Delorme, Juliette PoniatowskiESEReims
Alexabdra Pesce, Louise Colly, Emeline DucasESEReims
Sophie Ren, Rémy Girard, William Rouma, Yingshan WangEsepac
Bich Phuong Mao, Paul GenetEsepac
Clarisse Canonne, Julien Ferraton, Simon BarthésEsepac
Floriane Sonnery, Théo Grangeon, Jonathan AllegreEsepac
A project developed with weddings in mind, which appealed to the jury: ”A feminine design with a simple, minimalist and seductive execution: yet another way of breaking the rules and characteristics traditionally associated with champagne”. The romantic, white-and-pink theme is carried out nicely.
Anthony Guillaumond, Raphael Ory-LamballeEsepac
Anais Sentout, Damien Vallon, Orlane AbondanceEsepac
Christelle Point, Noélanie Manate, Luis MunozEsepac
Rémy Barrail, Clément Jamet, Kevin DubuetEsepac
Daphné Ronat, Manon Bertucchi, Ivan ChaixEsepac
Julian Thierry, Celine Monnier, Audrey PrieurIUT
Juliette Ruche, Audrey Morvan, Morgan CréackIUT
Hao Hao, Sophie Perchat, Cindy SoulaIUT
Paul Huynh, Elie ConteIUT
Yann Marzolff, Julien Bulvestre, Lucien LaurainIUT
The jury: ”A 20-cl bottle is laid out beside each plate, as an exciting surprise. The shape, brand and graphic design makes the miniature firework concept easy to understand. The surprise and the drink make up a playful, spectacular and festive occasion that fits in perfectly with the champagne aura in spite of the modern attitude. The aesthetic, retro-modern vintage look accentuates the visual impression of fun and of times past. In short: a ready-to-print and ready-to-sell design project.”
Adrien Kisucky, Mathieu RoseIUT
Florian Beck, Lukas Rublinger, Michael Bauer
Champunker by Marcel Messner was selected by the jury as the packaging/concept which is the best challenger of the brief “Breaking the Code”- at the same time having the Best Lever of User-friendliness. The packaging is easy to use, has nice graphical design and visuals and a clearly defined target group.The jury has chosen not to hand out an award for the overall winner this year but rather award three different criteria, Breaking the Code being one.
Anna Balonyi, Axel Fischer, Robin Sprenger, Kevin Ulbrich, Etienne Graf, Florian Ebinger
Simon Kallus, Roman Plassmann, Kalina Hristova, Simpn Zimpfer
Michael Bauer, Florian Beck, Moritz Brodmann
The project team Michael Bauer, Florian Beck and Moritz Brodmann has designed a spectacular packaging in the shape of a vale holding a bottle of champagne in the stomach – Capt’n Ahab.For this, they received not only a lot of appreciation from the audience but also the award for Best Level of Shelf Impact.The jury has chosen not to hand out an award for the overall winner this year but rather award three different criteria, Breaking the Code being one.
Stefan Herberle, Sabine Lengl, Tabea Schrade
Rebecca Engesser, Anna Maria Klemm, Tatjana Enes
Lukas Rublinger, Julia Kugel
Champagne en Blance received the award for the Best level of Innovation/Concept.The team, Julia Kugel and Lukas Rublinger had chosen the French national symbol for their project and designed their concept and packaging based on it.The jury has chosen not to hand out an award for the overall winner this year but rather award three different criteria, Breaking the Code being one.
Jan Eschweiler, Theresa Pinnow, Simone Marquardt, Marc Kull