16 students of the Master Product Design at the ECAL/University of art and design Lausanne were asked to develop lunch boxes, food containers and accessories with SIGG’s identity.
Folllowing a workshop with french designer Michel Charlot, a selection of this projects is presentend on the occasion of the ISPO Munich (the international main exhibition for sport business) from 26 to 29 January 2014 (Pictures HD).
The collaboration ECAL/SIGG started fruitfully in 2013. Following recent trend surveys showing that more and more people bring food to their workplace, students from the Master in Product Design were asked to develop lunch boxes, food containers and accessories in relation to European, Asian and American cultures whilst considering SIGG’s identity.
After receiving 16 strong concepts, SIGG will now evaluate their feasibility, as well as their marketability, to include one or the other on-the-go design proposals into the future product portfolio.