Tableware Collection Design now is over!
Tableware Collection Design: New product design contest has been recently organised by DOpla Group and released on the site Desall.com inviting designers and creative talents of any nationality to design a reusable tableware collection and its packaging dedicated to the large-scale retail trade.
DOpla Group recently has released new product desgin contest and invites you to design a reusable tableware collection and its packaging dedicated to the large-scale retail trade.
DOpla invites you to design a plastic tableware collection (plates, bowls, trays, containers, glasses, cutlery etc..), which can be reusable several times, for repeated use over time.
Therefore the shapes and aesthetics shall sever the classical disposable product, in order to embrace a new concept of an eco-friendly and durable product, due to the fact that after the use cycle they can be recycled and thus, their environmental impact during their life cycle is better than many alternatives that are available on the market.
In addition, you are invited to design the packaging of the collection that will be used to present the product on the shelf and to communicate with a simple but incisive narrative, the reusability of the tableware and the values of the DOpla brand.
➜ Technical feasibility (includes economic sustainability) 5/5
➜ Aesthetics (includes brand compliance) 5/5
➜ Innovation degree (includes functionality/usability) 4/5
➜ Compliance (includes compatibility with reusability requirement) 3/5
➜ Design completeness (understandability of design, completeness of product/packaging and family feeling for product range, satisfaction of all requirements posed in the Brief) 3/5
This competition is open to designers and creative talents of any nationality aged 18 years or older.
The winner will recive €5000.
For the duration of the option right, the Sponsor offers an extra chance to all participants setting a fee of Euro 2500 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!