The design of the package was drawn from Japanese architecture. The use of arches and polygonal structures to provide adequate support for typical fast food items.
Vent holes are present on the top half of the container. Allowing steam from hotter foods to escape. This prevents the food from becoming soggy.
Drip wells are found on the bottom half of the container and act as small reservoirs that collect excess fluids. By isolating the fluids, items will remain crisp and breads will stay dry.
Designed to accommodate a wide variety of typical fast food meal items, this container could appeal to many different restaurant styles. With a universal approach, foods items can range from hamburgers to salads and deli items to french fries.