Two students from the Design School of the Politecnico di Milano, Federica Guida and Nina Fois, have been awarded at the last contest promoted by Rilegno.
Their project is called Bbox, Boomerang box: an innovative wooden box designed to contain organic products. Made from a single sheet of poplar plywood, it is assembled entirely with a play of joints. The concept was born with the delivery services of organic products at home in mind, more and more widespread today than ever before.
Also ilgiorno.it talked about it: “There were 400 projects nominated for the event, over a thousand participants: Federica and Nina won the silver medal. “Bboxes are assembled entirely dry thanks to a game of joints, and can be easily disassembled, allowing them to be transported in flat pack mode – explain the designers – Bboxes are easily stacked one on top of the other and are part of a modular system. The concept was born with the delivery services of organic products at home in mind, which are becoming increasingly popular”. The box is made entirely of poplar, an aesthetically pleasing and resistant but also sustainable material. “Bbox has been designed to have more than a second life in the home of the end user, with the aim of orienting him to a more sustainable lifestyle through loyalty to the home shopping service”: the instructions for use and reuse”.
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The other participants have been mentioned on the official Rilegno’s website.