Cardboard can be used to store eggs in spring-like forms

In recent years, cardboard has proven its worth as a versatile and inexpensive material thanks to the innovative minds that put it to use. From virtual reality headsets to lodges, bicycles, digital cameras, vacuum cleaners and even helmets, cardboard has shown that it can in fact be a sturdy enough resource to handle work beyond simple packaging. Designer Sichen Sun decided to prove this point once more in reimagining egg packaging that prevents shell-cracking bumps and shakes. The redesign is named EGG6, a 1:1 model has been made and tested viable.

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