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Children Can Build Buildings, Robots, or Animals Using Eco-Friendly Building Cap

Building cap is an eco-friendly and interesting concept bottle cap. Instead of throwing bottle cap away, you can give it to kids since they’ll be able to play with it. This newly designed cap features some dovetails around so that it can be connected with each other to build anything you can think of, from buildings, robots, animals, etc. This design helps extend the life cycle of bottle caps and reduce the waste.


Designers : Shengpeng Zhao,Chen Xu,Shun Feng, and Chao Gao


Building Cap Eco-Friendly Bottle Cap by Shengpeng Zhao,Chen Xu,Shun Feng, and Chao Gao


Building Cap Eco-Friendly Bottle Cap by Shengpeng Zhao,Chen Xu,Shun Feng, and Chao Gao



Building Cap Eco-Friendly Bottle Cap by Shengpeng Zhao,Chen Xu,Shun Feng, and Chao Gao


Building Cap Eco-Friendly Bottle Cap by Shengpeng Zhao,Chen Xu,Shun Feng, and Chao Gao


Tuvie has received “Building Cap” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.


Children Can Build Buildings, Robots, or Animals Using Eco-Friendly Building Cap is originally posted on Tuvie


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