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Saving Roll / Toilet paper

Saving Roll
Saving Roll

Saving Roll is a toilet paper roll that has been remodeled to reduce the amount of toilet paper overused at home or in public bathrooms. The idea of the product is based on ‘affordance’ theory by James Jerome Gibson, an american psychologist. ‘Affordance’ refers to the opportunities for an action provided by a particular object or environment. The idea is very simple. You tick every appropriate cutting line to mark the suitable amount to use by making double lines on top of the appropriate cutting line so that it is more visible for people to see where to cut the toilet paper when they use it.

University

Kungwon University

Kungwon University
Seoul, South Korea

Design

Kungwon University

Kungwon University
Seoul, South Korea