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One-Two-One / Glass container

One-Two-One
One-Two-One

iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD_02 2020

One-Two-One
One-Two-One
One-Two-One
One-Two-One

iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD_02 2020

2.4 million tons of recycled glass are used annually. Impurities such as metals, rubbers, and plastics must be removed during the sorting process, which consumes huge amounts of electricity and manpower. Food containers need to be sorted from other materials the most, because they typically consist of at least two different materials. This design does not use any other materials except glass to form a confined space suitable for food storage. Using a single material saves energy by reducing manufacturing steps and also reduces energy consumption during the glass sorting process.

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Jury Statement
I am so glad to have received the iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD. This award makes me feel recognized as a designer and it means a lot to me. Thank you, I really appreciate it.
Winner Statement
University

Lund University

Lund University
Lund, Sweden

Wanhang Zhao,
Lund University