Ocht: The Everyday Bag

Ocht: The Everyday Bag is a versatile and pragmatic solution to the 824,600 tonnes of plastic waste generated in Singapore each year.

Inspired by the art of origami, the design applies folds and magnets to create a bag that can expand and retract, accommodating eight carrying options to suit varying everyday needs. Employing sustainable materials such as recycled plastic bags and PET bottles, The Everyday Bag seeks to replace the use of single-purpose bags in favour of a long-term, multi-purpose option.

Nanyang Technological University


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