The BioCooler was developed to improve upon the big and bulky food and drink chillers that are currently on the market, and ones that come at a great environmental cost to produce. Talia Brigneti strove to create an alternative that is compact, practical and eco-friendly through thoughtful research and clever composition.
The designer decided on the form of a rounded triangular prism for the case that's capable of holding 12 cans of beer. They stack tightly together and do not require ice to stay cold. The insulating materials of natural fiber composites, fungus and cellulose keep the contents protected and chilly, and the BioCooler ends up lightweight and comfortable to tote, especially with the addition of backpack straps.
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- By: Amelia RoblinApr 9, 2014