Chocolate Packaging Design Inspired By Ancient Doors

The size of the global chocolate market will increase between 2018-2023. This increase in market size will be attributed to an increasing demand for premium and seasonal chocolates during festive seasons. Consumers are increasingly preferring premium chocolates as gifts as they are more conscious about the brand and quality they consume.

Chocolate market segmentation includes:
  • white chocolate
  • milk chocolate
  • dark chocolate
  • everyday chocolate
  • premium chocolate
  • seasonal chocolate

To address this high end demand, this original chocolate packaging design is taking its inspiration from doors design. See the project. Imagine an ancient wooden door in a stone castle wall. These doors are not just a panel that covers an opening in a building, room, they are a true statement, they show opulence and status.

Chocolate Packaging Design

Doors are the first line of protection of any structure. They serve as barriers to forced intrusions and they keep spaces private. In the ancient times, doors were also seen as status symbols. The more intricate their designs were, the more affluent the owner.

The history of chocolate began in Mesoamerica (Aztecs, Mayans, and even earlier to the ancient Olmecs). Fermented beverages made from chocolate date back to 450 BC. 
The cacao seeds once had so much value that they were used as a form of currency. 
Originally prepared only as a drink, chocolate was served as a bitter liquid, mixed with spices or corn puree. It was believed to be an aphrodisiac and to give the drinker strength. 
After its arrival to Europe in the sixteenth century, sugar was added to it and it became popular throughout society, first among the ruling classes and then among the common people.


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