Annabelle Soucy’s polyhedral 6-pack for tea. A simple exterior and complex interior, make this a structural “surprise package” much in the same way that Milagros Maria Bouroncle Rodriguez’s T package offered interior surprises. Soucy’s cube-shaped “Fusion” tea package dissects into 6 space-filling pyramids—each section containing a pyramid-shaped tea bag. (via: Packaging | UQAM)
The structure is actually very close to Jessica Comin’s transforming “laranja mecánica” chocolate package. And although the pictures do not show it, I believe Soucy’s package design would be similarly capable of being turned inside out into a rhombic-dodecahedron with a cube-shaped interior.
Animated gif from Apollonius Math
Not that Soucy’s Tea package needs to transform into rhombic-dodecahedron with a cube-shaped interior. I’m just saying. It’s interesting.
(One more photo, after the fold…)
(More photos at Packaging | UQAM)