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Theme 2016-2017 Glass in town

Cities love glass. On supermarket shelves, in premium bars and in all the new buying and consuming places, glass sublimates food and beverages.

You will imagine a glass bottle or jar which, through its shape and decor, celebrates cities. Create now the ultimate urban glass packaging.

  • Registrations October 13, 2016
  • Projects submission November, 2016
  • End of registrations March 20, 2017
  • End of submission April 10, 2017
  • Jury selection May 2017
  • Awards ceremony June 30, 2017

Each edition this contest gathers several hundred participants from the best national design and packaging schools. Each year, based on a specific theme, students are invited to propose bottle and jar projects, therefore paving the way for future food packaging uses.

By participating in the contest, students have the opportunity to visit a glassmaking production site, to discover the jar and bottle manufacturing process and to gain extensive knowledge on glass.

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Prizes Grants and Awards

7 Awards

  • Bottle « Water, soft and oils » award : 1000€
  • Bottle « Spirits » award : 1000€
  • Bottle « Wines » award : 1000€
  • Jar « Food » award : 1000€
  • Decor award : 500€
  • Sponsors Coup de Cœur : 500€


Special Award "Côtes de Provence, esprit rosé" : 500€

Mock-up for each laureate project (if possible glass sample)
Unique opportunity to have its idea developed on the market

Sponsor 2016-2017 Margaux Keller

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To accompany the 8th edition, Verallia has chosen Margaux Keller.

Through the products she creates, she wants to suprize people by playing with everyday codes, analyzing different social behaviors and habits. She is looking for the unexpected and a touch of humour in design, and particularly enjoys working with craftmen, ebenists, ceramists, glass blowers and other material experts.

In 2011, she was selected to be product designer for Fabrica, Italy,Benetton group communication research centre.

She is currently freelancing for her self as a product and space designer for brands   such as Yves Saint Laurent Beauté, Roche Bobois, La Redoute, Habitat, CFOC concept store…

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