Posts Tagged ‘corrugated cardboard’

Starbucks Tea Boxes branding & packaging by Marie Valencia

February 9th, 2016

The brief was to create a more cost effective, environmentally conscious and visually appealing alternative to the existing package. To answer this, I used corrugated cardboard to replace metal, plastic and other material excesses.

POP UP! Naver App Square Pop Up Store by URBANTAINER, Seoul

February 6th, 2012

Urbantainer, a South Korean based architecture and design firm combined a stock metal container with sheets of raw corrugated cardboard resulting in a unique branded kiosk called the Naver App Square. Meant to look like a giant opened up cardboard parcel, the exterior is wrapped with packaging and shipping graphics including a QR code label visitors can scan.

ECO multi-use table by Svetlana Kozhenova for GROOPTI

January 27th, 2012

ECO Table is designed to be multi-use and can be combined with the ECO Chair to become a bench, lounge chair or bookcase. Made using several layers of machine cut recycled corrugated cardboard, lending strength and stability to the design.

Swing package by Gerlinde Gruber

November 15th, 2011

This packaging was designed for the swing Aufschwung by viennese Designer Michael Hensel. The simple and cost-saving cut was made out of corrugated cardboard and needs no adhesive. The design offers optimal characteristics for presentation caused by the open cut.

Saxum double-sided chair by Simone Carminati for Gruppo Pozzi S.r.l.

August 2nd, 2011

Saxum is a double-sided chair that is the result of an intelligent blend of artistic form, creative concept and technical know-how. It is made using an environmentally friendly manufacturing process that consists of combining successive layers of corrugated cardboard.

Scrap lights by Greypants

July 5th, 2011

Instilling new spirit into salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard, a scrap light’s lively play on light and shadow invigorates once lifeless materials. Scrap lights collection is : Bell Disc Hive Bean Olive and the Twist. Graypants scrap lights: creating a brighter now.

Beute lamp by Michael Wolke

June 24th, 2011

Trough the variety of corrugated cardboard which can only be reached by using discarded Material, the lamp “Beute” becomes a selection of unique light objects. By dissecting and rearranging of the Material, the designer compresses the conquered corrugated cardboard and uses it as raw material with specific characteristics.