Flat-Packed Design Trophy Needs To Be Assembled By The Winner

Flat-Packed Design Trophy Needs To Be Assembled By The Winner
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The New Zealand Institute of Architects handed out their 2017 award that required the winners to assemble it themselves

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 2 november 2017

If any profession out there wanted to build the very award their profession is bestowed, my money would be on architects. The New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) designed the 2017 awards in a way that the winners had to assemble the prizes themselves.

Created by product designer Jamie McLellan in collaboration with In-house Design, the box contains the two sides of the trophy, an allen wrench and the screws to hold it together. While the design of the award is simple, McLellan was sure to include a short set of instructions, just in case. Even the box featured special design elements, such as 3mm double-creased edges and a self-locking tab system to ensure the box keeps its shape and protects the prize,

New Zealand Institute of Architects

If any profession out there wanted to build the very award their profession is bestowed, my money would be on architects. The New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) designed the 2017 awards in a way that the winners had to assemble the prizes themselves.

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