Verallia launches the production of the Flute Gothic with Domaines Paul Mas

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Verallia launches the production of the Flûte Gothic bottle in its VOA plant, located in Albi. This creation is the result of the 2018 edition of the Verallia Design Awards, the competition organized by the French glassmaker, challenging students and young graduates in design, packaging & Fine Arts for 12 years. The project seduced Jean-Claude Mas, then a member of the VDA jury, for its rural luxury.

The two winners of the Verallia Design Awards, Clara Chanteloup and Maxence de Cock, thought this bottle as an organic mass growing upwards, made of asymmetrical & organic curves. Its thin line is driven by an ascending dynamism, like gothic architecture. The first third of the bottle forms a uniform faceted trunk, then from the shoulder, geometric shapes emerge to the ring.

The notion of eco-responsibility was then at the heart of the 2018 VDA edition with a theme on “going green”. A dimension echoing the values carried by Domaines Paul Mas and Verallia, both convinced that glass is the most noble material for the preservation of products and the environment.

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