In Brief

Swedish design students created the concept as an ideal container for serving at parties

Mid Sweden University students Emma Waleij, Hanna Simu, Alma Lindström and Maja Ahlund designed a cookie box that starts from the shape of a hexagon and unfolds.

The group came up with the design to package Japanese senbei cookies with the aim of marketing the item to Swedish customers. The box is divided into three sections with a different flavor in each one. To make it ideal for parties, the team designed the box to double as a serving tray when it is entirely unfolded. They also made a container for green tea, though it has fewer configurations. The students made the prototypes by hand with nature-inspired patterns on them, featuring mountains, flowing streams, and fields of growing tea and rice.

The ‘brand name’ for the project is SAIKAI, which means “until next time.”

SAIKAI

Mid Sweden University students Emma Waleij, Hanna Simu, Alma Lindström and Maja Ahlund designed a cookie box that starts from the shape of a hexagon and unfolds.

The group came up with the design to package Japanese senbei cookies with the aim of marketing the item to Swedish customers. The box is divided into three sections with a different flavor in each one. To make it ideal for parties, the team designed the box to double as a serving tray when it is entirely unfolded. They also made a container for green tea, though it has fewer configurations. The students made the prototypes by hand with nature-inspired patterns on them, featuring mountains, flowing streams, and fields of growing tea and rice.