In the era when soda bottles used to be made of glass, they had to be placed in wooden or plastic crates to prevent them from breaking. While the crate appeared to be of a simplistic design, it was actually a technical wonder – it was lightweight and could be stacked up to save space and facilitate delivery. In the past, a pile of stacked plastic soda crates could always be spotted in a store's corner. The designer aligns the soda crate and the soda bottle in a crisscross pattern, creating a unique aesthetic to endorse these cultural symbols that grew together with Hongkongers.