B A R C E L O N A   I N S P I R A
+ art direction   + packaging design
+  P R O J E C T  N A M E   Barcelona Inspira
+   R O L E   Art Direction · Graphic Design · Packaging Design
+   D A T E   2018
Packaging design for a chocolate collection influenced by renowned Catalan chocolatier Enric Rovira.
Inspired by the vibrant city of Barcelona and creative minds who have been influenced by it, each piece is a unique and delicious tribute to their work. These chocolates are the perfect memento for to take home after a trip to Barcelona, and will be handed out to passengers on flights arriving in the city.
The collection consists of four white pyramid-shaped boxes, each inspired by a different creator. These boxes transform into postcards once opened, allowing you to share the beauty of Barcelona with friends and family.
The first box is inspired by Frank Gehry's Peix d'Or and features smooth and creamy milk chocolate with salted caramel, a perfect balance of sweet and salty. The second box is inspired by Toyo Ito's Porta Fira Hotel and features dark chocolate with pickled ginger, offering a unique and spicy flavour. The third box is inspired by Roy Lichtenstein's Barcelona's Head and features white chocolate with colourful sprinkles, a playful addition to the collection. Lastly, the fourth box is inspired by Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Chair and features dark chocolate with powdered pretzels and a touch of Jägermeister.
Each box is a work of art in itself, with intricate details and a minimalist design that pays homage to the rich history and culture of the city. The collection is a tribute to the creativity sparked by Barcelona, and is a perfect gift for chocolate lovers and design aficionados, or as a souvenir to take home.
Made in collaboration with Tamara Segura and tutored by Martín Azúa & Eva Minguella​​​​​​​ for Elisava (Master's Degree in Packaging Design).

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