Compleat — the paper cup with an integrated lid

Massachusetts architect Peter Herman spent two years designing a paper cup that eliminates the plastic lid.

The construction is simple: The body and two integrated flaps are composed of a single piece of paper; the body is glued to the circular base. Like similar cups on the market, the paper would be waterproofed, though ideally with cellulose-based plastic, so that it could be composted.

(thanks, Sarah)

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