The Universal Packaging System allows you to pack objects that have an odd shape effectively and help you to have the right sized box on hand at all times. The system comes as a flat sheet that due to its construction can be formed into a range of different shapes.
The Universal Packaging System is a concept created by designer Patrick Sung. The system is a sheet of recyclable corrugated cardboard which has inbuilt patterning. These patterns allow the sheet to be wrapped and formed around even awkward shapes securely. The patterning also allows you to construct a range of box shapes out of the one sheet, helping to ensure that you can always construct a box suitable for what you wish to package.
This concept helps you to save on space, with only a few flat sheets requiring storage for use instead of maybe requiring a range of boxes. As it can be formed around oddly shaped items it can also help save on the use of packaging materials, as often these objects would have to be placed in a larger box and padded securely out will some form of filling material (like polystyrene).
The Universal Packing System should take up less room during transportation to destinations, such as shops, than constructed boxes because it is flat. This would help reduce the number of vehicles required for distribution of packaging items such as boxes. The recyclable system should help reduce the amount of packaging options anyone requires, and lower the quantity of non recyclable packaging they may need to use.
Source: Yanko Design