flip food

Flip Food: Lunchbox from Piet Zwart Institute on Vimeo.

dezeen_Altered-Appliances-by-Piet-Zwart-Institute-students_16 The Flip Food lunch box by Ilias Markolefas and Nathalia Martinez Saavedra is inspired by the brown paper bags often used for carrying lunch to school or work.

The designers used stencils to cut a brown paper surface into a flat template, which is then folded and assembled to form a geometric lunch box with six compartments. Reusable plastic protective containers can also be inserted into the compartments to protect certain foods. | via Dezeen

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