The winners of the 14th edition of the Bruni Glass Design Award (BGDA), a biannual workshop/competition among students at top international design schools to help envision the future of packaging, were recently announced.
Commencing with the exhibition of the 20 finalist’s designs and public voting held at the Bruni Glass booth at the SIMEI/Drinktec Show in Munich, Germany, The BGDA offers young designers an unparalleled experience, allowing them to transform their aspirations into real working opportunities. The workshop/competition, entirely financed by Bruni Glass, lasted for 8 months and was divided into three main sessions, in which projects are submitted and modified until they reach the final model.
Winning glass designs from the past 13 editions of the BGDA have been manufactured and continue to be sold around the world. The winners for the 14th Edition of the Bruni Glass Awards are as follows:
Absolute Winner, 1st Prize in the Spirits Category and Best Graphic Project:
- SKYSCRAPER, by Stefano Morazzoni, a student at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), offers an architectural shape, presenting a distinctive and unique bottle for the spirits market.
- 1st Prize - LISIANTHUS by Carlotta Antonietti, a student at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), is geared towards the champagne market and derives inspiration from the elegant shape of the eponymous flower.
- 2nd Prize - AUDREY by Christin Kruse, a student at Munster University (Germany), addresses the champagne market with its simple and sophisticated shape.
- 2nd Prize - ICELAND by Marleen Vaalbrock, a student at Münster University (Germany), draws attention to the unique iceberg shape with a heavy bottom profile.
Oil and Vinegar Category:
- 1st Prize – JAZZ, by Annika Rauch, a student at Münster University (Germany), creatively presents the couple bottle concept with a handle shape that allows for both hanging and easy pouring.
- 2nd Prize - VANITEUX, by Nina Milesi, a student at the University of Reims (France), creates a feminine shape characterized by a round base and a bending shoulder to improve the bottle’s ergonomics, as well as the user experience.
- 1st Prize – SWEETY, by Fabrizio Guarrasi, a student at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), presents a smooth, clean design that resonates in the jams market.
- 2nd Prize – CELLA, by Lea Mader, a student at Münster University (Germany), draws its inspiration from beehive cells providing great shelf visibility and multiple labeling areas.
Bruni Glass Engineering Special Mentions - Voted on by the Bruni Glass Engineering team for projects that express great creativity and freedom:
- RONDA, by Paola Aldana Vidal, a student at Weissenseee University (Germany), incorporates an internal pourer for honey and jam.
- SIGMA, by Méril Goujon, a student at Reims University (France), has a unique triangular closing mechanism.
All of the Bruni Glass Design Award projects can be seen on BruniGlassDesignAward.com.
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