Stora Enso Consumer Board and Packaging Solutions

Redesigning the future with renewable packaging

Celebrating the winners of Recreate Packaging 2018

"Fruit Glasses" by Viktoriia Schmidt and Arthur Schmidt, Germany, has won the 1st prize in the professional category of the Stora Enso Recreate Packaging 2018 design competition. In the student category, the winner of the 1st prize is "MonsterFruits" by Marcus Zieboll and Tino Buschhorn, Stuttgart Media University, Germany.

Recreate Packaging 2018 focused on children's food packaging, and the awards were granted at a spectacular event in Madrid on the 17th of May 2018. The competition was arranged for the fourth time to drive innovative design and new packaging solutions based on renewable materials. This year's competition was an overwhelming success with a staggering 61% increase in competition entries compared with the previous edition. Designers were clearly inspired by working on sustainable, renewable materials and the task to improve children's food packaging as the number of entries reached 258.

We want to thank all participants on behalf of Stora Enso, and send our warm congratulations all prize winners in the student and professional categories as well as the winners of the Kids' Choice Award and Public Choice Award. See you again in Recreate Packaging 2020!

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Recreate Packaging 2016

How do you get the best out of the tactile properties of paperboard in luxury packaging? That was the challenge of the Recreate Packaging 2016 competition for professional designers and design students around the world. The competition, organised by Stora Enso, was focusing on three luxury packaging end-use areas: perfume & cosmetics, champagne & fine spirits and chocolate & confectionery. The materials were Ensocoat, CKB and Performa Brilliance.

The awards were granted in a fabulous event at the Knickerbocker hotel in New York on the 11 May 2016. Duncan Anderson won the student category and Micaela Nilsson the professional category. 12 000 votes were casted in the voting the Public Choice Award.