Quick meals has all the time been about comfort, however typically it may possibly nonetheless be surprisingly inconvenient. Particularly if you cannot discover wherever to eat it. Busy cities by no means appear to have sufficient benches, which frequently means we find yourself scoffing meals whereas we stroll – not a fantastic search for Milan Design Week.
However McDonald’s Italy has give you a novel solution to elevate the takeout meal into one thing altogether extra civilised. Cardboard packaging that turns right into a makeshift eating desk.
The ‘TableBag’ was truly devised by Leo Burnett (opens in new tab) for final 12 months’s Milan Design Week, when copies got out to a restricted quantity of people that positioned app orders. The takeout box-cum-table was revisited by the packaging design information website Dieline (opens in new tab) amid the 2023 version of the competition final week.
Sure, there are clearly downsides to the answer. It is lots greater than a traditional takeout field, and at a time when most manufacturers try to turn out to be extra accountable concerning the quantity of packaging they use (they’re at the very least produced from recyclable supplies). It additionally requires diners to discover a steel bollard to set it up on.
Nevertheless, it is impressively designed. With two cup holders and sufficient area for 2 orders of burgers and fries, it is a good, if restricted, answer for an occasion that sees not far off 400,000 skilled guests descend on Milan. For extra unbelievable work from Milan Design Week, take a look at this game-changing 3D puzzle design.