Pentawards Gala Ceremony
After two years, Pentawards, the world’s leading and most prestigious packaging design competition, hosted its 2022 Gala Ceremony at the iconic Royal Opera House in London on 23rd September.
Details on the 2023 Gala Ceremony coming soon!
The Pentawards Gala event saw the world’s most esteemed and upcoming designers, brands, and packaging professionals coming together as the 2022 competition winners were revealed and awarded their highly coveted Pentawards trophies.
THE PENTAWARDS TROPHY
This year's winners got their hands on our newly redesigned trophies, developed by New York-based agency Established.
In its first ever update after 16 years, the new design is a fresh and modern look that has kept all of your favourite elements. For our Special Award trophies, we chose different colours, textures, and materials to deliver an unprecedented winning experience.
THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE
The Royal Opera House, situated in Covent Garden, is home to The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden is a shopping and entertainment hub in London's West End, close to Piccadilly Circus and the Thames River.
The Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House delivers world-class new performance and social facilities, fulfilling its desire to create a welcoming and inclusive cultural and social hub by opening up the historic building to the surrounding streetscape.
Image: © 2018 ROH / Luke Hayes
Paul Hamlyn Hall
The Gala Ceremony will be hosted in the stunning Paul Hamlyn Hall, where guests will be invited to a drinks reception and three course meal. With its magnificent barrelled roof and stunning ironwork, the Hall is ideal for a night of celebration and glamour.
Image © ROH / Lia Vittone
LONDON PACKAGING WEEK
We are proud be part of London Packaging Week – a series of four events bringing a new, sharper focus on packaging development for the capital’s key luxury and FMCG markets. The event is a unique new meeting place for packaging designers, technologists, and suppliers in the capital and a must for London's packaging community.