Lavazza Office Coffee System now is over!
The famous brand Lavazza and Desall recently has announced new product design contest inviting you to design an organizer and a docking station, two new products pertaining to the coffee experience “away from home” and dedicated to refreshment areas, meeting rooms, and other areas within the workplace, hotels etc.
New product design contest has been recently organized by Lavazza and Desall invite you to design an organizer and a docking station – two new products pertaining to the coffee experience “away from home” and dedicated to refreshment areas, meeting rooms, and other areas within the workplace, hotels etc.
Lavazza is looking for two new table-top products that will be positioned in proximity to a coffee machine (OCS, office coffee system) within refreshment areas, meeting rooms, hotels etc. The two products are A) a docking station onto which the coffee machine and cups/mugs can be placed and which presents a closable compartment where coffee-related products can be stored (pods, sugar packs, disposable teaspoons, etc.) and B) an organizer, an element to be positioned next to the coffee machine and which is meant to contain a range of products related to coffee consumption (pods, sugar packs, disposable teaspoons, etc.).
General objectives of the new collections:
• Improving service products fitting per sub-brand
• Optimizing product functionality and rationalization
• Aligning products with principles of environmental sustainability
• Improving product cost-efficiency and usage flexibility
• Promoting product positioning within premium/luxury contexts
Products should be functional, simplifying actions that are commonly associated with their intended use. Furthermore, products should be easy to clean.
From an aesthetic perspective, products should be refined, recognizable, and equipped with small details and features that make them unique and iconic.
Products should have a professional look as they are meant for a target audience with an eye for details and aesthetic.
Collections should incorporate concepts of circular economy, a production and consumption model that pays great attention to reducing the waste of natural resources.
Sustainable materials whose “green” nature is clearly recognizable are a must. Materials should be food safe, easy to clean and remarkably durable.
• Functionality 5/5
• Aesthetics 5/5
• Sustainability 4/5
• Technical feasibility 4/5
• Compliance with brand 3/5
The winner will be announced approximately by the end of November 2021.
Participation is open to designers and creative talents of any nationality aged 18 years or older.
The winner will receive €3000.
For the duration of the option right, the Sponsor offers an extra chance to all participants setting a fee of Euro 1800 for the purchase of the license for the economical exploitation of the projects not-acknowledged as the winning proposals.
There is no entry fee to participate!