Shoe Boxes Are Redesigned For Environmental Sustainability

Shoe Boxes Are Redesigned For Environmental Sustainability
Design

Viupax wastes significantly less cardboard and occupies a smaller volume than traditional shoe boxes

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 1 august 2017

Viupax—a shoe box that creator Andreas Kioroglou, founder of design studio Matadog Design, hopes will help save the planet—uses 20 to 57% less material than traditional cardboard shoe boxes. The innovative shoe box is designed to be stackable, meaning that in additional to being better for the environment, it also allows shoes to take up less room in owners’ closets.

The box can also be converted into a shoulder bag, eliminating the need for customers to put Viupax in an extra plastic bag to carry their new shoes home.

Viupax

Viupax—a shoe box that creator Andreas Kioroglou, founder of design studio Matadog Design, hopes will help save the planet—uses 20 to 57% less material than traditional cardboard shoe boxes. The innovative shoe box is designed to be stackable, meaning that in additional to being better for the environment, it also allows shoes to take up less room in owners’ closets.

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+shoes
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