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A designer named Andrew Kim has created a new concept for Coke products.  Though the original bottle has the familiar  shape we are all used to and comfortable with, Kim’s design is a fresh new look as well as eco friendly. A sight called Inhabitat: Design Will Save the World, blogger Trey Farmer states, “Kim claims that the new design has the potential to eliminate the carbon footprint of shipping 320 million bottles a year.”   New features of the bottle include a rectangular shape, the ability to collapse, and created from a sugar based bio plastic.  The shape and the ability of the bottle to collapse creates it easier to transport and fit neatly with other bottles.  I honestly think this is a great idea and would like to see how well the public reacts to the change if the concept goes through.

Read more: Collapsible, Biodegradable Coke Bottle Proves it’s Hip to Be Square | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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