Wanhang Zhao One-Two-One Glass Container
One-Two-One Glass Container is Silver Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Award Category.
One-Two-One Glass Container

Impurities such as metals, rubbers and plastics must be removed during the glass sorting process which consumes huge amounts of electricity and manpower. And food container is the one needs to be sorted from other materials the most, because they consist of at least two different materials to make glass be sealed to keep food fresh. My design does not use any other materials except glass to form a confined space suitable for food storage. Using single material saves energy by reducing manufacturing steps and reduces the energy consumed during the glass sorting process.

One-Two-One Glass Container
Wanhang Zhao One-Two-One
Wanhang Zhao Glass Container
Wanhang Zhao design
Wanhang Zhao design
Wanhang Zhao

Wanhang Zhao is a designer who believes that design has its power to make the world a better place. He pays attention on the things happening around him. Observing human behavior is his hobby in his daily life. He is a dreamer as well as an activist. He is also a perfectionist, which makes him a better designer. Discovering a problem makes him excited, and solving problems is what he is good at. He loves life, enjoys natural and embraces arts.

Lund University School of Industrial Design

Lund University School of Industrial Design (LUSID) is organized within the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) at Lund University, focusing on allowing students to shape themselves as designers. LUSID strives to use a wide range of methods, combining scientific and artistic exploration, in the pursuit of creating and applying new knowledge and understanding of life and living. LUSID encourages professional collaboration, pushing the boundaries of design and questioning society to effect change. With its position in Scandinavia, its international focus and its expansive facilities, LUSID has the unique ability to allow students a platform to study remote areas in the field of design. From social activism to new material experimentation, LUSID wants to encourage students to develop creativity and personality to become influential within – and beyond – the field of design.