While in Hong Kong I had the opportunity to work on a personal project for five weeks. I focussed on sustainable street food packaging that is made from bamboo pulp refuse and printed with soy ink.
The geometric shape is derived from Hong Kong’s angular architecture. An optional sauce pocket was added to give users customizable options; something that is a cultural standard in HK. This packaging was designed to be space efficient, allowing for the packaging to nest inside of one another. Modularity and nesting is what makes this design sustainable since everything can be stacked & sauce containers don’t have to be used in addition.