Swing package by Gerlinde Gruber

November 15th, 2011 by retail design blog

This packaging was designed for the swing Aufschwung by viennese Designer Michael Hensel. The simple and cost-saving cut was made out of corrugated cardboard and needs no adhesive. The design offers optimal characteristics for presentation caused by the open cut. Look and material can be seen and touched without opening the packaging. Grip holes provide an opportunity for easy carrying. The packaging design is heavily inspired by the swings shape and function.

Designed by Gerlinde Gruber

The swing is soon available at gabarage upcycling design: http://www.gabarage.at
In the meanwhile mail to: Michael.Hensel@gabarage.at

The swing was awarded with the Re:design[net]WORK-Award 2010.
Re:design Network: http://www.redesign-network.eu/









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