COLOURFORM™ won in the 3D structural packaging category for its Second Skin case for champagne house, Maison Ruinart, which was created in collaboration with Pusterla 1880, using the papermaker’s thermoformed, plastic-free, moulded fibre packaging innovation.
The Second Skin case is made entirely from our moulded fibre and is nine times lighter than the previous box, reducing the carbon footprint by 60%.
The disruptive design has been revered as setting a new standard in responsible luxury packaging.
COLOURFORM’s partnership with Pusterla 1880 and Maison Ruinart, the very first champagne house founded 290 years ago, has been a long-term project focused on reimagining the packaging solution.
Photo from left to right: Chris Schofield (Head of Design), Rowan Nowell (Packaging Designer), Patrick Willink (Managing Director).