Seokoo Yeo, a student of Industrial Design, has made a significant contribution to sustainable living by designing a larger container that can carry a mini container. This small yet innovative design change helps users to remember the existence of the mini container, reducing the likelihood of it being forgotten and wasted. Waste is one of the most significant challenges the world is facing today, and every small step towards sustainable living counts. Seokoo Yeo's design is one such step that encourages sustainable living and contributes to reducing unnecessary waste. The idea behind the design is simple - to make it easier for people to remember the mini container and use it effectively. The design also helps to reduce waste by ensuring that the mini container is not forgotten or left behind. This is particularly useful in situations where people may be in a hurry or have a lot of things to carry, making it easy to forget about the mini container. By making it easier to carry both containers together, Seokoo Yeo's design ensures that the mini container is not wasted and can be used effectively.
The main concept is combining mini container with the normal container that we use daily. Through this small change, I aim to make mini ones more recognizable and eventually reduce meaningless wastes of the mini ones. Users can carry on their sustainable journey by reducing the wastes.
Seokoo Yeo is a student based in Seoul, Korea. You can follow more of his works via the shared links below.
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