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Fanni Csetneki

Graphic Design and Visualisation

The Virtual Packaging Model (Open)

The Virtual Packaging Model (Stacked)

Fanni Csetneki

Fanni's passion for packaging has led her to re-examine the way fresh fruit and vegetables can be stored with reduced damage to the environment through recyclable packaging.

This project aims to explore an ecological solution to replace double plastic vegetables packaging (in this case baby plum tomatoes) in the supermarkets. Using an organic and recycled paper-pulp as the material, an eco friendly and easy to recycle at home packaging was produced. Since the material doesn't use any glue, it biodegrades in soil quicker than other alternatives, it also reduces household waste. By investigating how commercial products can be sold with greater focus on sustainability, Fanni hopes this will develop the skills needed to become a professional Product Designer.

Major project

Sustainable Packaging For Fresh Food


In 2020 Fanni's work has been published on an Architecture and Design website called "Octogon" displaying a modernist take on a Travel Chess Set made of paper.

You can view the work in Hungarian at:

You can view the work in English at: