Gallery: ELECTROLUX DESIGN LAB ’06: Winners Announced

 

Hundreds of young student hopefuls entered the Electrolux Design Lab industrial design competition this year for a crack at the big-time. Finally the results are in – Metin Kaplan, an industrial design student from Istanbul Technical University has snagged the grand prize for his innovative take on the conventional lunchbox. Kaplan’s design cleverly addressed the competition’s running theme – solutions that provide the 2016 consumer with healthier eating habits. Kaplan’s creation, which he dubbed Nevale, was inspired by an antique food container with layers called ‘sefertasi’ which was used for centuries in Middle-Eastern countries.

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  1. daphne March 5, 2007 at 11:32 pm

    Congrats!

    Love the idea, love the design.

  2. ms bento January 3, 2007 at 3:02 am

    it’s just like a bento box- check out the mr. bento craze happening everywhere.
    what’s so interesting about a vertical lunchbox? the climate control is a little interesting, but award-winning? Slow design day, imo.

  3. Phalbe Henriksen December 29, 2006 at 7:30 pm

    Is the sefertasi like the aluminum containers sold at train stations in India and carried to work by Indians?

  4. alamb December 28, 2006 at 12:37 pm

    What are the other winners?

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