Cuppa Freedom!

All it takes is clever packaging to eliminate wasteful excess. The Coffree is one such smart thang; it’s a foldable disposable cup that comes sealed with the coffee mix. Simply tear off the seal, mix in hot water and your cuppa is ready. If the cup is made from biodegradable materials, then I think we have a winner in our hands!

Designers: Young-an Seok, Young-woo Choi & Se-ryung Nam

49 Comments

  • dubious says:

    That doesn't look very insulating.

  • dubious says:

    That doesn't look very insulating.

  • John Thomas says:

    That doesn't all at look like a flimsy, burning, spilling mess.

    Ever heard of a reusable cup? Imaginary problem solved.

  • John Thomas says:

    That doesn't all at look like a flimsy, burning, spilling mess.

    Ever heard of a reusable cup? Imaginary problem solved.

  • Chris Graham says:

    Guys, guys, guys! Who cares about burning your hands or spilling your coffee? This will save the earth!

  • Chris Graham says:

    Guys, guys, guys! Who cares about burning your hands or spilling your coffee? This will save the earth!

  • hiro says:

    Hey Chris, if you use reusable cup, you can save the earth a lot more without burning your hand!

  • hiro says:

    Hey Chris, if you use reusable cup, you can save the earth a lot more without burning your hand!

  • AndyL says:

    Ok, so it's silly to solve an issue that could be solved with a reusable cup, but this might still be handy for backpacking or something.

    Assuming that the final version would be made from slightly more insulating material than that prototype.

  • AndyL says:

    Ok, so it's silly to solve an issue that could be solved with a reusable cup, but this might still be handy for backpacking or something.

    Assuming that the final version would be made from slightly more insulating material than that prototype.

  • Caleb Timberwolf Edward says:

    all of you just repeating use the cup again clearly are not thinking of fast food places and shopping, yes a cup u can wash is great when you are at home and can wash it. But going to a starbucks they are not going to spend more money to give plastic cups that u have to carry home and was because most people will still throw them out. This use would be for either a Cafe or to buy instant coffee.
    Please think before you decide to make an ignorant comment.

  • Caleb Timberwolf Edward says:

    all of you just repeating use the cup again clearly are not thinking of fast food places and shopping, yes a cup u can wash is great when you are at home and can wash it. But going to a starbucks they are not going to spend more money to give plastic cups that u have to carry home and was because most people will still throw them out. This use would be for either a Cafe or to buy instant coffee.
    Please think before you decide to make an ignorant comment.

  • Caleb Timberwolf Edward says:

    Only visible problem i can see is that it looks like it would be flimsy and probably wouldn't isolate very well.

  • Caleb Timberwolf Edward says:

    Only visible problem i can see is that it looks like it would be flimsy and probably wouldn't isolate very well.

  • Yuu says:

    Stir your coffee with the ripped off flimsy cap that is potentially dirty and probably doesn't even reach the bottom? They got desperate didn't they. All you will be doing is fruitlessly immersing a piece of something of questionable material into your drink.

  • Yuu says:

    Stir your coffee with the ripped off flimsy cap that is potentially dirty and probably doesn't even reach the bottom? They got desperate didn't they. All you will be doing is fruitlessly immersing a piece of something of questionable material into your drink.

  • gaia says:

    hi !
    Before discovering this project, me and my working group made a similar project that solve the ' burning' problem and also the 'hygienic problem ( that none though about ).

  • Pete says:

    Burning hands won't be the big problem, if you hold the “cup” on the edges (that's the idea of corrugated cups – little contact with hot surface). But the handle seems very instable. Nice idea for portions to take with you where you have very little space in special situations.

  • Poomjo says:

    Wow, I like it.

  • shushu says:

    another FAIL. this wont work. you know why? cause of the cost.

  • South_44 says:

    I like the concept, however the execution is lacking.
    What is the “handle” going to be made of, because if its some form of re-processed paper its going to bend and snap awkwardly, leaving the user covered in hot coffee. The dimensions also leave a lot to be desired, unless these are espresso shots these are some seriously small cups of cofee. I like the idea but I like the idea of holding my cup in my hands a lot more.
    Focus less on saving the planet and more on making a diecent cup of coffee and more people will see faith in the project.

  • d jj says:

    wow !!so cool !! i need it!! i like it !!!

  • David says:

    A for effort, F- for not thinking 99% of the consumer-facing use occasion issues or health/safety issues through.

  • David says:

    A for effort, F- for not thinking 99% of the consumer-facing use occasion issues or health/safety issues through.

  • interested says:

    What kind of paper is it made of? How did they print on it and make it resistant to hot liquid? Or did they not.

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