FutureLab at the ProSweets 2015 is a design workshop supervised by Prof. Jenz Großhans (KISD). Twelfe international design students create the packaging and product concepts for the sweets and snacks of tomorrow.
Every day there is a new task, every day there are new results.
Look over the young designer's shoulders, exchange views about the current work and experience the creative process in the walkable Design Studio.
The best thing about it is: You can participate here by recommending tasks.
9:00: The daily task is revealed to three design teams. New materials, new requirements, new problems: how might international designers make the best out of it?
The clock is ticking.
The visitors have the opportunity to propose interesting tasks.
11:00: A pile of ideas are developed and presented to the public. Any idea is evaluated - what has potential?
Visitors can vote which approaches should be chosen to be processed and adapted.
13:00: The most promising ideas will be developed and implemented. A first prototype is build with materials gathered at the fair. A name and the product graphics are created.
Visitors are encouraged to interact with the students, to ask questions or give suggestions.
16:45: Time is up. Three brand new product concepts are presented. In the daily growing exhibition all results of the workshop are shown.
Trade fair visitors thus have direct access to the latest ideas and thoughts of young designers from all over the world.
Do you have a task for us?
Is there an area that desperately needs some fresh ideas?
At FutureLab ProSweets 2015 your task can be processed.
Simply fill out the form, and have your problem be our assignment.
See you on the ProSweets 2015!
Your email address will only be needed in the event that your task was selected and we want to contact you. Any additional storage or further use will not take place.
Please note:FutureLab strengths are more in general than in specific tasks. For each problem a number of ideas will be developed, which do not claim to be implementable immediately. FutureLab usually creates several approaches which illuminate new aspects to start new creative processes.
Due to time constraints not all tasks sent in can be taken into account.
Examine the tasks of the FutureLab ProSweets 2013:
Advent calendar & Co.
How to use the principles of Advent calendar (surprise, order, countdown, ... ) for new products?
Two products, two brands
How can two (known) products / brands be combined to reach new audiences?
Attention at point of sale
Finding ways for products to stand out in crowded supermarket shelves?
How can the qualities of plastics be clearly communicated from the Box?