Next Generation Coke Packaging by Andrew Kim

Here’s a 100% eco-friendly next generation Coke Packaging Concept by industrial design student Andrew Kim. His concept is smart and ergonomic, green and 100% plant based. And it’s much more stackable.

Here’s a 100% eco-friendly next generation Coke Packaging Concept by industrial design student Andrew Kim.  His concept is smart and ergonomic, green and 100% plant based. And it’s much more stackable.

The cap is 25% slimmer than the current 20oz bottle, and 27% more efficient because of its drastically reduced footprint. We didn’t know that the current PET bottle is it’s 100% recyclable, but that only about 50% of the bottles distributed get recycled.

The bottle you see here is more collapsable than the current one though, encouraging more recycling due to ease in transport. The bottle collapses 66% smaller than its original size. You’re much more likely to hold on to a bottle for later recycling if you can carry it in your pocket.

We’re not sure if Andrew’s concept is manufacturable, but, in any case, we love the idea and the design is great. Many more images after the jump. [AndrewKim via TheDieline]








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