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This Packaging Forgoes the Need for Stuffing and Wasted Materials

 - Oct 7, 2016
References: cliftoncase & packagingoftheworld
This diamond packaging was created by the designer Andrew Zo for the brand 'Developing Diamonds.'

The packaging was designed to hold and mail loose diamonds or diamonds in jewelry pieces. It was created to reduce the need for excessive filling material, which can be wasteful and unnecessary. Rather than being in the form of an empty box, the diamond packaging opens up to reveal a small, secure box that opens up to reveals the product inside. The packaging is completely black in color, forgoing the need for excessive decor and allowing for it to appear sophisticated despite its lack of detail.

This sturdy and simple diamond packaging manages to appear sophisticated without the use of excessive materials or detailing.