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Congratulations to all the winners!

Verallia Design Awards: an award ceremony under the parisian sun

Last Friday took place the award ceremony of the 9th edition of the Verallia Design Awards contest. It was at Terrasse 50, on the Champs Elysées, that we offered their prizes to the 9 winners in the presence of the jury (composed of Verallia clients, journalists and design professionals), the teachers of the schools, the students’ families and the Verallia teams.

This year’s competition brought together 717 registered participants who submitted 373 applications. A record year for this 2018 edition under the theme “Go Green“. The projects, of a very high quality, brilliantly responded to the problems of sustainable development and ecology in the glass industry. The mentor, Guillaume Delvigne, personally presented his Coup de Coeur Prize to the En Vrac ! project realized by two students of the Ecole Bleue.

DÉCOUVREZ TOUS LES LAURÉATS !

THÉO KASPEROWICZ,  BEERS, WATER, NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES CATEGORY, PROJECT GRUME.

photo : Florian Léger

Student at the ESAD in Saint-Etienne, Théo thought up a bottle with an original sculpture that recalls both the shape of the citrus press and the structure of the fruit itself. Grume is a bottle that aims to be preserved and reused on a daily basis.

EVA LAURA AZPURUA & AURÉLIA DE CHEVIGNY,  FOOD CATEGORY, PROJECT OLIVIER.

photo : Florian Léger

Students at the Ecole Bleue, Eva and Auréalia imagined an olive jar decorated with a festive and dynamic graphics that combines aesthetics and functionality with a hermetic and nestable lid that can serve as a cup.

MAXENCE DE COCK & CLARA CHANTELOUP, WINES CATEGORY, PROJECT ARCADIA.

photo : Florian Léger

Maxence and Clara, students at the Design School of Nantes Atlantique, thought of a bottle of wine with elegant lines and organic gleams.

ALEXANDRE PELLETIER, SPIRITS CATEGORY, PROJECT TUTEUR.

photo : Florian Léger

A student at the ESAD in Reims, Alexandre imagined a bottle of spirits that stands out by its wide, black lacquered jable in contrast to its slender neck. An architecture that highlights the slender silhouette of the Genepi flower.

XIAOYUE ZHAO & ALICE DOUDARD, COUP DE CŒUR OF THE MENTOR, PROJECT EN VRAC !

photo : Florian Léger

Both students at Blue School, Xiaoyue and Alice (unfortunately absent that day) imagined a bottle of wine with slightly revised lines for the purchase of bulk wine. A flat, white lacquered surface allows ephemeral labelling.

SARAH BENTAHROUR, PRIX SPÉCIAL DÉCOR, PROJECT LOUIS DE BREUILLY.

photo : Florian Léger

A student at the Ecole Bleue, Sarah has designed a sober and festive setting that resembles a starry sky. Luxury and nightlife orchestrate the writings arranged in such a way as to arouse the curiosity of the guests.

Congratulations to all the winners!

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