Belgian design scores at Pentawards 2016
During the Pentawards 2016 awards ceremony, two Belgian design agencies have been awarded. Quatre Mains won gold and silver, while Monalisa also won a silver award at the most prestigious competition for packaging design.
The Belgian design agency Quatre Mains from Maldegem-Donk returned from the Pentawards 2016 with a gold and silver trophy. In the 'Other Markets - Household' category, the pots and pans series by Jeroen Meus scooped up the first prize. The packaging boxes by Jules Destrooper won silver in the 'Food - Limited Editions' category. The Brussels agency Monalisa received the silver award in the 'Food - Distributors/Retailers' category for its Delhaize bread bag.
The Pentawards were launched in 2007 to put packaging design in the spotlight. The competition has since become the most prestigious in the world. Each year an international jury of twelve experts chooses the most original packaging designs among fifty-five different categories. The Belgian agency Quatre Mains has built a strong reputation in the short history of the competition: these past years it already won thirteen awards.