Seed Box

The box is one of the most common packaging in daily life. It comes in a variety of different shapes and sizes. It is versatile and can be used for different types of products. Whether they are used for retail packaging, transport, or storage, boxes play a central role in the packaging industry due to their practicality, versatility, and ability to meet various packaging needs.

So, I made a box for seed packets. It can be used as secondary packaging to store seeds or reused as an organizer to hold other items.

The thickness of the material is constantly tested during the production process. Too thin material is not easy to fold and mold, and too thick will waste raw material.

The folds of the packaging are completed by cutting. The depth of its cut is proportional to the fold and cannot be too deep or too shallow. Having some experience through repeated testing of soap boxes, Seed Box making went relatively smoothly.

The Seed Box was a pull-out box to facilitate the user’s access to the seed packets. It was also a usability test for the packaging.

Some text on the top of the packaging suggests to the consumers that this material is biodegradable—a more effective promotion of biodegradable packaging.