Take part in the 15th edition of the Verallia Design Awards 2024
Give your creativity an ally, combining it up with the opportunities offered by glass materials to create a glass bottle or jar on the theme for 2024. Your design will be presented to a panel of professionals
Discover the mentors of the edition
Döppel Studio, redefines creativity through a bold exploration of materials, forms, and uses. Dive into the unique world of Lionel Dinis-Salazar and Jonathan Omar, where innovation and contemporary aesthetics converge.
Experience the Award Ceremony
Thank you to everyone who took part in this excellent ceremony, which went wonderfully well! It was a golden opportunity for the winners to talk with packaging, design and wine professionals.
Discover the winners
of the 2023 edition.
The Verallia Design Awards have crowned many promising talents this year, with innovative and creative projects in the field of glass packaging design. Discover these exceptional young designers and the projects that won over the jury.
Find out more about previous editions
Have a look back at the highlights of past editions of the Verallia Design Awards. View the themes, winners and highlights from previous years of this iconic glass design competition.
Verallia Design Awards
The packaging design competition of the year
Take part in the Verallia Design Awards, a prestigious competition open to students and recent graduates in design, packaging and fine arts.
Design an innovative glass bottle or jar and follow in the footsteps of our winners who have successfully taken their projects to the market.
Ranked by Les Echos as one of the top ten student competitions, this is an unmissable opportunity to take your career to new heights.
Enter now to showcase the material glass with your exceptional creativity.
Have a look at the complete calendar of the Verallia Design Awards
Opening of registrations and project submission
Closing of registration and project submission
Prizes for the winning designers
The Verallia Design Awards reward the best projects. Gain recognition and visibility, while receiving financial support to invest in your professional future. Join us, take part and have the chance to win prestigious design prizes.
Sparkling and Still Wines
Beer, Water, Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Clara Chanteloup and Maxence de Cock
Winners of the 2018 edition, Clara Chanteloup and Maxence de Cock imagined the “Arcadia” bottle – renamed the “Gothic flute” during its development – as an organic mass that grows to the sky, made of asymmetrical and organic curves, much like Gothic architecture. The project won over one of the jury members, Jean-Claude Mas, who was in search of a bottle that could capture the uniqueness of his Ma/Mon range of wines.
Leslie Dabin, a former final-year student in Interior Design-Architecture at Ecole Pivaut and winner of the 2016 Verallia Design Awards in the wine category, saw her “Serac” bottle chosen by wine distributor Maison Du Sud – JeanJean to market its IGP Saint Guilhem le Désert and IGP Pays d’Oc wines.
A winner in the 2010 Verallia Design Awards, Melitine Courvoisier designed the “Soirée à Rosé” bottle, with its distinctive rose-shaped stitching. Marketed by Gerard Bertrand under the name Côte des Roses (AOP Languedoc), it became a roaring success in France as well as in the United States.
The contest mentors
Lionel Dinis-Salazar and Jonathan Omar, co-founders of Döppel Studio, are innovative designers exploring the intersection of design, scenography, and artistic installation. Graduates of the École des Arts Décoratifs de Paris (ENSAD) and the École des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg (HEAR) respectively, their creative approach transcends disciplinary boundaries. Each project at the studio, conceived as a cairn, layers ideas and forms to create unique experiences. Committed to innovation and efficiency, they collaborate with galleries, publishers, and industrial partners, bringing a fresh and poetic perspective to contemporary design.
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