As eco-friendly as reusable lunchboxes are compared to paper and plastic bags, KI•RA and The Edible Tower shows that there are still better alternatives out there. Namely, a person can incorporate the container into the meal itself. In this case, the lunchbox is made out of a sturdy bread recipe that transports the food from point A to point B.
Designed by Greek designer Kostantia Manthou, KI•RA and The Edible Tower is a basic kit comprised of not only the recipe but also a ceramic dish for baking the bread, a special tool that creates dotted lines in the dough so the bread can easily be divided for each person later and a blanket to wrap it all in.
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