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  • Launches the young d

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    XIII EDITION

  • a wOrKsHOP FOr TOMOrrOw DesiGnBruni Glass Design Award is a biennial design contest related to new glass containers for the food industry which is carried out in cooperation with the most important European Design universities. Bruni Glass conceived this contest to create a synergy between schools and the industrial world, thus offering to young students a unique opportunity to test their skills making their dreams and ideas come true.

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  • a sTOrY OF suCCess

    1997 - 2015

    In 1997 Bruni Glass decided to invite some European universities to participate to a challenge and create new packaging shapes in line with the beginning of a new era: this is how Progetto Millennio (Millennium Project) was born, addressed to young design students for bottles and jars manufac-tured with mechanical hollow glass technology.

    Progetto Millennio was enthusiastically welcomed and after it was opened to many other schools and to other sectors, it became a permanent international contest renamed in 2013 as: Bruni Glass Design Award.

    During the contest students work with their teachers and with the technical staff of Bruni Glass, in order to find a meeting point between their fresh creative approach and the requirements of real production thus finding brilliant and dynamic solutions. This year more than 740 draft projects have been submitted, but only 20 proposals have been selected during four workshops sessions and will get to the final judgment by the public.

  • A showcase for young designers Bruni Glass Design Award is a workshop-contest which lasts 8 months and transforms young designers aspirations into their first

    real working opportunity: a great training experience financed by

    Bruni Glass for the entire educational period. At the end of the workshop 20 projects are selected: they are registered and de-posited by Bruni Glass and they will be submitted to the judgment of the pubic during important exhibitions after which they will be finally manufactured and launched on the market. All finalists re-ceive a flat remuneration for their project and a supplementary

    variable fee based on possible sales.

    Select the shape of the future Bruni Glass rewards one of the finalist projects with a final prize

    according to the preferences expressed by the public. An internet voting reserved to business dealers will be coupled with an open free voting at Bruni Glass booth at Expo Milano 2015 and during Milan International Exhibition of Oenology and Bottling Machines (SIMEI). The 20 selected models will be displayed and submitted to the judgment together with their relevant graphic projects: your vote will contribute to make young students dreams come true and perhaps a new great designer for tomorrow will be found.

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  • GiVe Glassa sHaPe:

    THe iDeas OF TOMOrrOws

    DesiGners

  • We are honored to introduce to you - in the following pages - the results of a huge work: 20 finalist projects divided into 4 product categories (wine, jars, oil and vinegar, spirits) selected according to their creativity and innovative design lines together with 2 special mentions of honor: Bruni Glass Engineering, that rewards the imagination and creativity of the design projects, and Best Graphic Project, that is assigned to the most appealing communication strategy for an attractive product presentation.Projects are all so fresh and this is a precious contribution to the creation of new, attractive and unique shapes: this great dynamism of ideas is the result of the participation of the most brilliant students coming from the best European universities. And here they are, todays young finalists are all

    the real winners of the XIII edition of Bruni Glass Design Award: these young women and men have definitely proved to be real designers because they have followed with great perseverance their ideas until their projects have become real products. From idea to glass!

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    Julia WilkeVulcanoBurg Giebichenstein

    Mara Gabriela Muoz ladd LeavesIED Madrid

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  • PeiYuN liuForeverIUT - Universit de Reims

    JaN WiNkelsBlossomFachhochschule Mnster

    stefaNo MorazzoNiSommelierPolitecnico di Milano

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    stefaN NiesMaNNTaglioFachhochschule Mnster

    eNrico leoNiCutPolitecnico di Milano

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    JarsJARS

  • Giulia coscoMisuramiPolitecnico di Milano

    GoheuN choiLanternUAL - University of the Arts London

    MaGdaleNa sabatoWskaSampiaUAL - University of the Arts London

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    Julia WilkeEsperienzaBurg Giebichenstein

    kassaNdra MartiNezkoutsouraisAndromedaIED Madrid

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  • JoNathaN suhreBastoneFachhochschule Mnster

    christoPher GiNdersGretaFachhochschule Mnster

    serGio daMatoPolyhedronPolitecnico di Milano

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  • Talent gives shape to

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    lukas uNertlNewtonBurg Giebichenstein

    MarGarita raivitchBoutilBurg Giebichenstein

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  • leNa PlaschkeVersarloFachhochschule Mnster

    GiusePPe currWavePolitecnico di Milano

    raffaele GalettiGentlemanPolitecnico di Milano

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  • Bruni GlassenGineerinG

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    Burg Giebichenstein

    Bruni Glass Design Award rewards a project that, although it has not been included among the finalists, has nevertheless been selected for

    the great freedom and creativity it expresses. Frini has been voted by Bruni Glass Engineering team for these special features and is shown to the public in a dedicated area. Bruni Glass Design Award avails itself of the expertise of the Bruni Glass Engineering technical team, which has been combining together world-class design with the requirements of the industrial production. The Bruni Glass Engineering team is made of dedicated professionals with extensive design and engineering expertise who support the young designers in the development of their projects.

    MENTION OF HONOR

  • Best Graphic Project The Best Graphic Project is a special prize, introduced in 2013, to

    add a new competition element for young designers by assigning a prize to the best graphic presentation of the project itself.

    The objective is to further underline creativity but also the great role played in all sectors - but mainly in the professional field - by

    the ability to present ones ideas in the most appealing, attractive and impressive way.

    In the XII edition this prize was given to The Queen which has

    been selected for its clear and attractive presentation. For further details please refer to the Section: Winners on the website www.bruniglassdesignaward.com

    best graphicproject of Xii edition

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  • Bruni Glass Design Award has been conceived as the crossroad between two entities that get together very rarely: univer-sities and companies. Bruni Glass has succeeded in bringing them together, in creating a contact between inexperienced students and expert technicians. A winning cooperation which has been confirmed year after year by the success of this

    initiative and by the projects themselves that have been often launched on the market. The contest is open to students who attend the highest recognized Art and Design European universities.

    6 universities have participated in the last edition of Bruni Glass Design Award: the popular IED Madrid, the Politecnico di Milano, where the Faculty of Design is one of the most productive hotbed of Italian excellence, the University of the Arts of London, very famous for its international approach, the University of Reims, specialized in innovative packaging devel-opment, and two different German schools, the University of Mnster, one of the greatest schools of Applied Sciences in

    Germany, and the University of Art and Design of Halle.

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  • POLITECNICO DI MILANO DIPARTIMENTO DI DESIGNMilan, Italy

    FACHHOCHSCHULE MNSTERUNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES Mnster, Germany

    IEDISTITUTO EUROPEO DI DESIGNMadrid, Spain

    UALUNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS LONDONLondon, Great Britain

    BURG GIEBICHENSTEINUNIVERSITY OF ART AND DESIGNHalle, Germany

    IUTUNIVERSIT DE REIMSChampagne - Ardenne, France

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  • The Fachhochschule Mnster is one of the biggest universities of Applied Sciences in Germany. Originally the department of design was a former Kunstgewerbeschule, an academy of fine arts.Nowadays the combination of traditional and progressive teachers contributes to creating a very unique and creative working atmosphere.The Design course of studies offers a comprehensive range of school subjects: Exhibition and Presentation Design / Moving Picture Media / Cor-porate Identity / Product Design / Communication Design / Print Graphics / Photography / Illustration.

    Fachhochschule Mnster - University of Applied Sciences

    PROFESSOR STEFFEN SCHULz

  • IED - Istituto Europeo di Design

    PROFESSOR IVAN VIDAL

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    The Istituto Europeo di Design has always followed the education of designers in Italy, Spain and Brasil from 1966. In 1994 the opening of the Madrid location marked the beginning of an expansion process outside Italy of IED, combined with an infinite dialogue with a city which immediately and enthusiastically welcomed the school. The architectural tradition of Ventura Rodrguez is combined with modern trends of innovative designs according to a very basic principle: quality, avant-garde education, a direct relationship with the business world and a humanistic background where culture is perceived as an identity symbol.

  • Central Saint Martins is probably the most famous of all seven London based art and design colleges owned by the London Institute. In the last years, both the range and reputation of the course have been expanded and strong links have been forged not only with industry, consultants and sponsors, but also internally in order to create a new dialogue between the Fashion and Product Design departments.With students from over 35 different nationalities it was opportune to better utilize the fertile melting pot and translate this into design products for the international consumer.

    UAL - University of the Arts London

    PROFESSORDAVID SCOTHRON

  • The University Degree in Industrial Design was started for the first time in Italy at the Politecnico in Milan in 1993. The Politecnico has always been an innovative educational centre, a crossroad of different cultures which have in common basic studies characterized by creativity and by the analysis of problems linked to shapes together with technical, scientific and engineering issues. The University Degree in Industrial Design - which in the year 2000 has become the Faculty of Design - is characterized by the endless need to experience new development strategies which fully comply with the real market requirements and with the needs of the contemporary society as well.The Faculty of Design in Milan is today the most established international university in terms of number of teachers and students.

    Politecnico di Milano - Dipartimento di Design

    PROFESSORMARIO BISSON

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  • Burg Giebichenstein - the University of Art and Design Halle - takes its name from the old castle where the original campus was first located. Found-ed in 1915 as a school of arts and crafts dedicated to the Werkstatt principle, its profile was formed by the legacy of the Deutscher Werkbund.A strong competition between the Bauhaus at Weimar/Dessau and the more craft-centered Burg studios has characterized the last twenty years of the last century. Consequently, the hallmarks of the school have been: craft tradition, individual artistic work, industrial and small scale production, as well as architecture related art and design. Since 1958 the school has been recognized as an institute of higher education. Halle developed into a leading centre of industrial design education and related research activities in East Germany - in the same way the applied art courses gained international reputation.

    Burg Giebichenstein - University of Art and Design

    PROFESSORPETER KUCHINKE

  • PROFESSORANNE-LISE DALTIN

    Founded in 1966, the Institute of Technology (IUT) of Reims-Chlons-Charleville is part of the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne. The school has 3 locations with 2,600 students in science and technology (D.U.T, year 1 and 2), 14 professional degrees (Licence Professionnelle, year 3, equiv. BSc.) and work-study programs. The Packaging Science Department opened in 2000 with a two-year degree in Packaging (DUT GCE). In 2005 the department proposed a pro-fessional degree in Industrial Design applied to Packaging (equiv. BSc. - year 3) aimed at training students who want to be future packaging designers able to develop new packaging.

    IUT - Universit de Reims

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    Nomi LewinLes Ateliersparis

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    stephane FrogerLes Ateliersparis

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    Theresa AlbertFachhochschule mnster mnster

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    maximilian Bastian Burg Giebichenstein halle

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    Balz steigeristituto europeo di Designmilan

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    Jorge De La cruz istituto europeo di Designmadrid

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    Nadine podewskiBurg Giebichenstein halle

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    ikka Airas university of Arts helsinkihelsinki

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    christophe chalonsLes Ateliersparis

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    otso Koski university of Arts helsinkihelsinki

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    Nicola schamistituto europeo di Designmilan

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    salla seppluniversity of Art helsinki helsinki

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    irina hhnleinLes Ateliersparis

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    minna mylius university of Arts helsinki helsinki

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    Jennifer hooseistituto europeo di Designmilan

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    Brendan Lausmann Glasgow school of Arts Glasgow

    17. crisTALLo

    Franca Thielmann Fachhochschule mnster mnster

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    Karina WendtBurg Giebichenstein halle

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    midori yamada university of Arts helsinki helsinki

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    Dagmar LuddemannBurg Giebichenstein halle

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    Jean-marc saleniistituto europeo di Designmilan

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    Benjamin heinBurg Giebichenstein halle

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