Brick Lego Homes!

Brick Lego Homes!

I love this concept of turning food relief packets to something useful, especially if used in disaster struck areas. The idea is to bundle food (rice) and water into this brick-like module, which can later be used to build temporary shelters. Thanks to their Lego inspired shape, the UNICEF Brick structures promise to be sturdy as temporary shanties.

0 Designer: Psychic Factory

It's a Guy Thing, Shhhh!

It’s a Guy Thing, Shhhh!

Condom Cap is a simple packaging design that will always make you roll the darn thing ‘the right way.’ Blame it on bad lighting, the nerves or whatever; but struggling to put it on right is not how you want to get intimate. Do I hear a collective sigh of relief? Yeah, Condom Cap is your answer my loves!

0 Designers: Yen-Ting Chiang, Sheng-hung Lee & Wen-Ling Huang

Instant Fix With Instant Stir

Instant Fix With Instant Stir

A quick fix to great coffee on the go is the Spoonin. It’s a coffee mix sachet where the stirrer is fashioned from the sealing seam of the package. I like it for its hygienic option, plus a person like me always carried my brand of instant fix on travels. This packaging can come handy as individual sachets to carry.

0 Designer: Maria Rho, Juhyeon Lee & Jinhyuk Rho

Disposable Bowls Look Too Good

Disposable Bowls Look Too Good

Food delivery containers are usually made of paper, plastic or foam. They’re quick to make, cheap to produce and provide very little incentive to reuse. The Eco Bowls are designed to quick assemble down into separate components to be easier for disposal. They also happen to look good enough to keep and reuse so my question is, why wouldn’t you?

0 Designer : Jongduck Park

Flat Packing the Piano

Flat Packing the Piano

Would Mozart and Beethoven have a problem if their grand piano was digital and came flat-packed? I think not, if they had a sense of humor, they would totally appreciate this new outlook at transporting one of the biggest and heaviest of home furniture! I like the Foldable Digital Grand Piano, I want one, and hopefully it sounds as good as the real thing!

0 Designers: Yun Jin-yeong & Jeong Seong-hun

The 45-Degree Neck

The 45-Degree Neck

What will happen if we shift the mouth of the bottle from the top to a 45-degree angle? You may not be able to fill it to the brim, and drinking from it may be a bit weird, but filling the bottle from a water cooler or fountain will surely become easy. This simple placement difference can do a heck lot for the packaging design and I think it’s radical and awesome.

0 Designers: Hsu Hsiang-Min, Liu Nai-Wen & Chen Yu-Hsin

A Blooming Cuppa Tea

A Blooming Cuppa Tea

Cuptea is a delightful integration of a disposable cup and teabag packaging. Basically the cover of the teabag blooms into a beautiful disposable cup for tea. No doubt the packaging is a bit elaborate for a simple cup of chai, but I see this more from the ‘love of design’ point of view. I recently witnessed a marketing strategy for an eminent coffee brand, where they went door to door with a hot cuppa brew for select few winners. Place that kind of strategy versus this teacup kind of thoughtful brand integration. Hands down the latter makes a lasting impression.

0 Designer: Lee Seo-jin

Dog Walker's Best Friend!

Dog Walker’s Best Friend!

The BBone’ Strap is a very clever integration of dog leash and disposable poop bags. The handle of the strap holds rolled up bags that can be easily snapped out for poop-scoops. A very thoughtful design considering the fact that all you need to walk the dog is held in one hand!

0 Designers: Yeran Ji & Som Choi

Easy To End!

Easy To End!

I love packaging designs that are subtle and yet make a world of a difference. For example this wavy Cellotape may not seem so brilliant at the moment, but for a mother who covers endless notebooks in brown paper at one go, this is a definitely a boon. Invariably the end of the tape just fuses to the circle and is hard to find! ‘Tape with Easy-to-Find End’ is just that…..easy!

0 Designers: Deockeun An, Jaehyung Kim & Cheolwoong Seo

EZ for All!

EZ for All!

The outstanding EZ Opener is a clever redesign of the can opener, simply because too many of us end up chipping our nails! Just kidding! The real intention is to make it easier for the silver generation and those with can-opening-issues, pop them open in a jiffy. The lever looks a bit elaborate to twist into place, but I guess if it works for grandma…it works for me!

0 Designer: Ju-yeon Kim, Jin-beom Kim & Jin-seung Lee

Paper Sticks

Paper Sticks

Re-paper Chopstick is a relevant design to those who use disposable chopsticks on a daily basis. This D-I-Y pack of paper sticks is easy to assemble and use. If manufactured with paper quality (designer suggests renewable paper) that is good enough to sustain dunking into gravy and soups, I think we may have a winner in our hands! Just be careful not to chomp off the stick!

0 Designer: Ran Hee Chung

Anytime, Anywhere Deliverable Hospital

Anytime, Anywhere Deliverable Hospital

Designer Kukil Han imagines a go-anywhere solution for providing aid to victims of natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and storms. The Mobile Hospital could be delivered to any part of the world (including hard to reach areas) in a matter of hours via helicopter, or be transported on a larger scale by ship, providing emergency medical attention to those in need. This thoughtful design can also be customized to provide support to specific needs with relative ease, furthering its adaptability to a number of scenarios.

0 Designer: Kukil Han

Get More Out Of Your Toothpaste Tube

Get More Out Of Your Toothpaste Tube

Here is another intriguing Toothpaste Packaging design that makes total sense. SavePaste has a three-point agenda: To eliminate the hard-to-squeeze dead space, minimizing toothpaste residue left inside the container; Reduce two packaging to one. It means we can reduce waste and manufacturing price plus encourage recycling. And finally, have a user-friendly design so that people easily adopt it. I think it’s a full score on all three fronts!

0 Designers: Sang Min Yu and Wong Sang Lee

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