"The studio, which has been designing for airlines like Lufthansa and
aerospace companies like Embraer for over two decades, reimagined
typical meal trays, water bottles, and other cabin materials as part of
an internal, sustainability-focused project. In-flight food service
includes everything from trays to single-use plastic utensils and cups;
PriestmanGoode’s lightweight concepts propose using coffee grounds and
rice husks to make trays; algae, bamboo, and banana leaves to make lids;
and coconut wood to make sporks. These materials are all edible,
biodegradable, and compostable, and can be washed for future reuse."
Via Esther Schindler.
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*** Xanni ***
Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics