TAULA Flower Essential Oil (Concept) by Krisztina Németh, Budapest – Hungary

August 12th, 2017 by retail design blog


The word ‘Taula’ means relaxing. The project was based on essential oils made from natural herbs, which are inspired by East Africa, Zanzibar. Essential oils had proven their beneficial effects through history. The package’s contemporary, elegant and traditional style reflects the present use of oils, which perfectly works as an interior design accesory at the same time.


The oils’ effects are different, that is why each scent has several bottlecap shapes. In addition, these parts of the bottles help to keep the quality of the aromas, so the design make the herbs more individual beside the combination of scents and packaging.


Finally, one of the most important factor was to make the package more environmentally friendly and to feature longlife-usage reffering to the bottles’ refilling possibility.


Designer: Krisztina Németh
Packaging Contents: Flower Essential oil
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass bottle and Wood


http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2017/08/taula-flower-essential-oil-concept.html






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