Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine. Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine. Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine. Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine. Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine. Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine. Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 
So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine.

Boxed wine – so beloved of the homeless, the students and the suburban housewife alcoholic – rarely gets the design-love of it’s fancier, fussier bottled brethren. Which is a shame, as its oblong form, with lots of space to play with, should be ripe for creative coverage. 

So, from Monocle magazine-chic to ravishing Rhones, we’re happy to see that Norwegian studio Olsson Barbieri are thinking outside of the box (yes, we went there) to produce appealing and enticing cases of wine.