Four major challenges that will transform how we live and drive change in packaging:
- Population ageing,
- Resource depletion,
- Development of artificial intelligence in all areas,
- Increased mobility with autonomous vehicles, and as far into space.
Packaging today constantly readjusts and reshapes to fulfill the expectations of consumers and meet the concerns of contemporary society, such as: awareness of environmental issues, the fight against waste, the impact of products on health, the guarantee of fool-proof safety and security, etc.
But let’s take a look even further. What could packaging be like by 2050?
Discover this whitepaper written by Fabrice Peltier, Designer and consultant for ALL4PACK Paris, which offers an analysis of the contributions of the designers, together with insight from its author. It defines the four challenges for society that lie ahead for the European population, and more broadly for the human race, in the coming thirty years and aims to help readers gain a better understanding of the type of revolution that awaits the packaging of the 21st-century.
What about designers and consumers in all this?
In order to support this white paper, ALL4PACK also interviewed European designers and consumers. This overview of the packaging revolution is thus as complete as possible and gives us probable leads on the solutions of the future.
© Survey conducted by YouGov for ALL4PACK Paris–COMEXPOSIUM Group
About Fabrice Peltier
Designer consultant, Fabrice Peltier is recognized as a "design-packaging expert" who works for responsible packaging design, more sustainable. Over 30 years, it has created more than 12,000 consumer product packaging for SMEs and multinational companies. He regularly gives lectures and signs the packaging analyzes for Emballages Magazine since 20 years...
He is also the author of books dedicated to packaging design: L'Eau, source of innovations, La Boîte, solution for the future, Eco-design, virtuous paths, Art, creative exchanges and Limited edition, collection object published by Pyramyd. His latest book, Design for Dummies, edited by First, has become the "reference book" on design.