Not a paper cup

Looks like paper cups, right. These are actually made of ceramic. London designer Anya Hindmarch designed the coffee cup and the idea was to create a reusable package and prevent cheap plastic packaging from contributing to landfills…and probably provoke a little with this “look-a-like”. The cup is like a thermos, it’s double-walled, so you can…

Looks like paper cups, right. These are actually made of ceramic. London designer Anya Hindmarch designed the coffee cup and the idea was to create a reusable package and prevent cheap plastic packaging from contributing to landfills…and probably provoke a little with this “look-a-like”. The cup is like a thermos, it’s double-walled, so you can fill the walls with hot water and keep it warm longer. Seletti is doing similar things with their fantastic design, questioning standards, using icons of disposable packaging and making something beautiful and sustainable with it.

People’s Coffee

  So many coffee cups every day around the world being thrown away. People’s Coffee wanted to offer a better alternative than today’s cups. Therefore together with Huhtamaki, developed a new coffee cup, a bio-degradable, compostable material, made from renewable resources.

 

So many coffee cups every day around the world being thrown away. People’s Coffee wanted to offer a better alternative than today’s cups. Therefore together with Huhtamaki, developed a new coffee cup, a bio-degradable, compostable material, made from renewable resources.

By Kristina de Verdier on 18 September, 2008 In , ,