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Upcycling Project : Simple Cap to Extend The Life of Unused Bottles

There are many bottles constantly produced, used, and to be later thrown away. There are many companies that produce plastic bottles on daily basis. Ryan Jongwoo Choi was inspired to extend the life of these bottles with his Upcycling project. He has designed a small accessory/tool that allows you to re-use these objects.


This simple cap enhances the form of unused bottle into a useful aesthetic to bring it back to life. It aims to join the effort to save our environment from our own homes in a refreshing and valuable way, you can re-use your old bottles and give them a new function. This cap protects the content of bottle from unwanted elements, it opens and closes quiet simply for usability.


Designer : Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi



Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi


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


Upcycling Project : Simple Cap to Extend The Life of Unused Bottles is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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