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December 6th 2016

An elegant box of chocolates inspired by the Bermuda Triangle

An elegant box of chocolates inspired by the Bermuda Triangle, designed by the students of the Beuth University of Berlin, has been the winner of the audience award in the design contest Recreate Packaging 2016 by Stora Enso.

Made with cardboard renewable, the dark blue box with gold accents received 2.416 votes on the contest website. In total, 12.365 people gave their vote on the contest website www.recreatepackaging.com.

In turn, eleven designers in the student category and five in the professional category reached the final round of the jury's evaluation to compete for the awards to be presented in New York in May 2016.

Audience award winners employed ensocoat, Stora Enso's number one packaging board, to achieve a tactile surface and functional structure and also include a slot for a greeting or business card.

The total number of entries for the 2016 Recreate Packaging contest was 157. The results will be announced by Stora Enso coinciding with the Luxe Pack New York fair on May 11, 2016.

In the Professional category, the five finalists chosen by the jury are:
• ChocBook Enso & Stora, by Uwe Melichar / Factor and Andra Teibaha and Girts Strumpmanis / Brandbox (Germany / Latvia)
• Trianguli, by Magdalena Piehl and Johan Berglund, Studio Piehl (Sweden)
• Choco Block, by Khushboo Mehta (India / Italy)
• Pivert Champagne, by Gafs Kartong (Sweden)
• Alpine Milk Chocolate, by Martin Sombathy, Joya LLC (United States).

In the student category, the eleven finalists chosen by the jury are:
• Flowing Treasure, by Lia Rebettge, Clemson University (United States)
• Iroawase, from Hiroko, Aalto University (Japan / Finland)
• Perfume packaging, by Aleksandra Szestowicka, Gdansk Academy of Fine Arts (Poland)
• The French Chocolate Trip, by Georges, Strate (France)
• Charlié dans la nature, by Charlie Nyrjae and Kinna Anderson, Broby Grafiska (Sweden)
• Packaging of the perfume, by Karolina Lademann, Gdansk Academy of Fine Arts (Poland) • Chrysalis, by Duncan K. Anderson, Lahti Design Institute (Finland)
• The Smip, by Tero Huutola, University of Lapland (Finland)
• Blå, by Emil Shaw and Paul Mikkonen, Lahti Design Institute (Finland)
• Advent Calendar - 24 Delicious Moments, by Vanessa H, Beuth University (Germany)
• The Pyramide, by Malgorzata Malinowska, Gdansk Academy of Fine Arts (Poland).

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