(The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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The sixth annual Starpack contest, a design competition for product packaging, was held at the UNESCO Palace in Beirut, featuring entries from 200 graphic design and industrial engineering majors from 10 different Lebanese universities. Participants expressed their creativity through hundreds of original designs and models, reimagining the design and packaging of products such as Beirut Beer, Sanita Classic Aluminum Foil, Ghazel el-Banet (cotton candy), and Adnan Pure Brazilian Coffee. During the event last week, students displayed their designs alongside the original product to show the differences between the two. The structural category award, where students do not redesign the product but restructure it in new ways, was won by Hanan Rmaity from the Lebanese American University in Beirut.
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