One of the main culprits of solid waste is product packaging; a material designed only to protect another product with no intention of being used after it has been unpacked. Paper, bubble wrap & co can only use re-used so often.
This linear and unnecessary material use has given rise to the Ceramic Packaging. Inspired by a Lund-based ceramicist this packing is intended for, but not limited to, protecting ceramics.
Ceramic Packaging uses two sturdy wooden frames, each wrapped in a web of elastic, which when combined by contact edges suspend and protect your valuable art works. Ceramic Packaging are practical for exhibition transports, and can even be used to display the product through the many ways the packaging’s structure can be assembled.