Two projects carried out at the Elisava Master's Degree in Packaging Design have been winners of the prestigious Pentawards. The awards ceremony took place last September in London, where the awards were given to the best packaging proposals in the world.
Tila by Hugo de Matos, Paola Parodi and Yolanda Santamaria proposes a sustainable packaging for aerial plants, which also becomes an element to exhibit the product and a gift box. This project was made during the Ecopackaging Workshop tutored by Ion Marin, it explores solutions that minimize the environmental impact of packaging and promotes a second use of them.
The Black Market by Marina Orvañanos is a project carried out during the Unconventional Packaging Workshop tutored by David Espluga, which is developed in condensed sessions of fast and intense projects designed to train creativity. In it, specific solutions are sought for abstract projects, ranging from product creation, naming, communication concepts and packaging.