Innovative Paper Dish Provides Mini Plate For Each Pizza Slice

Innovative Paper Dish Provides Mini Plate For Each Pizza Slice
Design

This concept for keeping your hands clean while enjoying take-out has won a Red Dot design award.

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 february 2012

This tasty new design concept re-imagines and improves the familiar process of eating take-out pizza. Paper Dish cleverly reinvents the sheet of greaseproof paper that is usually placed between the pizza and the cardboard box, instead providing a perforated sheet that tears apart and can be used as a mini plate for each slice. This keeps your hands clean while eating a pizza and eliminates the need for napkins. Paper Dish was designed by Yu Kyung Ha, Won Min Jung, and Kwon Young Hee, and won a well-deserved Red Dot Design Award.

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