This will be Champagne Gosset’s fourth year of Patron partnership with the GC&DC, and after successful design outings with a silver Trophy, re-inventing the champagne glass and a bottle stopper, the challenge this year is to capture, depict and represent Gosset’s heritage in an aesthetic way that evokes intrigue, mystery and has a reveal to the quality of Champagne Gosset’s respected reputation for producing the finest Champagne wine.
This time we are inviting creative designers to be inventive, exciting and expressive within the enriching specialist field of smallwork, to design a silver box that provides surface areas, both in and outside to create visual representation of Gosset’s long standing heritage. This can also include hidden elements and treasures to increase intrigue, interest and fascination.
Research Champagne Gosset to understand its deep-rooted hand-crafted procedures in producing their undisputed quality wines. Gosset Champagne spends most of its life in their extensive cellars, an essential part of producing the quality and distinctiveness, which provide good imagery and conditions for consideration. A smallworkers silver box will enable you to visually depict this and also offers opportunities to create intrigue from what can be inside to reveal and possibly complete a statement of aesthetics that reflect and represent Gosset. Incorporating and promoting branding remain very important so use either or both the word ‘Gosset’ or the logo in your design.
Synonymous to smallworking, for your silver box consider using a variety of materials, decorative treatments and enrichment in your proposal to reinforce and extend the visual qualities and connections/representations of Champagne Gosset.