Viva Mineral Water Makes Water Feel More Like A Treat Than A Necessity
by Chloe Gordon on 03/21/2022 | 2 Minute Read
Viva Mineral Water's packaging represents the distinct past of the resource of the beverage. Each bottle showcases the "four elements of nature" through a beautifully etched pattern on the glass bottle. Created by Prompt Design, the water's packaging is sleek and refined, adding an element of surprise to a drink we know is vital to our lives.
It is undeniable that the mineral water market is highly competitive. To make the packaging distinctive is not an easy task.
VIVA the mineral water manufacturer whose spring water resource originating from Khao Yai mountain range in Prachinburi, Thailand. Nature took millions of years to create Khao Yai through geological process cycles. This is where the “four elements of nature” are naturally combined to enhance the water quality. The “four elements of nature” are related with the following.
The earth element found in the area are full of bedrocks of limestone and underground layers of material like sand, clay, gravel. The water element is from about 105 meter underground with rich mineral content. It is also the source of the rivers of the nation. The air element in this area is rich in oxygen and claims to be one of the best fresh air in the country. The fire element comes from the fact that many millions years ago the Khao Yai national park was formed through volcanic eruptions and sedimentation, etc.
In 1984 the Khao Yai national park was designated to be National World Heritage for its bountiful natural resource.
Our design intention is to present the distinctiveness of mineral water resource through the “four elements of nature” concept by depicting the symbolic expression the “four elements of nature” as different patterns on the bottle surface. The embossing helps enhance the attractiveness and water purity reflection of the bottle as well as its luxury, high class and uniqueness in design.
- Designed By: Prompt Design