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Verallia Design Awards 2022: winners announced

On May 19, the winners of the 13th edition of the Varallia Design Awards 2022 were announced, with the awards being presented in early July. The juries chose to honor Elise Souchet, Stanislas Raba, Nicolas Mizzon, Jeanne Bonaimé and Loïc Pellissier. A look at these young designers.

“Our purpose is to reimagine glass to build a sustainable future. We want to redefine the way glass is produced, reused and recycled, making it the most sustainable packaging material in the world.” Verallia, the European leader in glass packaging for beverages and food products, has set itself the goal. The Verallia Design Awards 2022 were held around this sustainable theme, with 170 projects submitted by students and young graduates from design, packaging and fine arts schools.

Categories ” Beers ” ” Still and sparkling wines ” and ” Spirits “.


In the “Beer” category, Samy from Jeanne Bonaimé wins thanks to its futuristic look. The student of the Bachelor’s degree in product design and innovation at Bellecour Ecole de Lyon has created a practical product, sensitive to the constraints of the glass world.

Elise Souchet won the “Still and sparkling wines” category with Mue, noticed for its “second skin” effect. Half naked, half moulted, this product of the creator of the Raymond Loewy school in La Souterraine seduced the jury.

Mue, design by Elise Souchet, winner of the Verallia Design Award 2022 in the Still and Sparkling Wines category © Taupinprod

As for Genever by Stanislas Raba and Nicolas Mizzon, it was chosen in the “Spirits” category. A tribute to the codes of spirits with its recognizable design that rewards this duo graduate of the University of Technology of Compiègne.

Le coup de cœur de Lucile Viaud


Désignée comme marraine de cette 13e édition, Lucile Viaud a choisi Bottle Cap de Manon Choux, son coup de cœur. Couleurs ambrées, cônes, l’étudiante à ESAAB de Nevers a choisi le houblon comme modèle pour sa bière : un choix audacieux récompensé. 

Bottle Cap, design Manon Choux, favorite of the sponsor Lucile Viaud © Taupinprod
Torch, design Loïc Pélissier, special jury prize © Taupinprod

Loïc Pélissier, special prize for Torche


This student at the Lycée Polyvalent Rive Gauche de Toulouse imagined Torche on the given theme: sports event. With its curved shape reminiscent of a torch, the bottle has been specially designed to be marketable.

Olivia Demigneux