‘Lunchbook’ was made for Expo Milan 2015 and consists of paper pages featuring recipes from around the world that could also be used to hold food.
Italian product designers Sebastiano Ercoli and Alessandro Garlandini came up with a creative recipe book made of paper plates for Expo Milan 2015, which is dedicated to food and sustainability. ‘Lunchbook‘ featured recipes from all over the world and allowed visitors to taste the food while walking around the stands.
When a plate got dirty, they could remove it and use the next page in the book. The plates are made of paper coated with a waterproof biopolymer film so they can be washed and are also 100% recyclable and compostable. Lunchbook won the 1st prize in the “Expopack” competition for the design of a paper lunch box. Click through to see pictures of the recipe guide: