In 2012, TAS created the ‘How Do You Live’ exhibition for the Interior Design Show. Six shipping containers were transformed from a utilitarian vessel into inviting living quarters. Showcasing how one can live in a small yet designed footprint. ‘That’s the irony. We’ve taken a box, and with the city’s best creators, made … Continue reading Container Culture
Montreal-based studio A+J Metissage (Amélie Lucier + Julien Mongeau) have created a collection of colourful maple syrup containters. The glass pieces are a result of a playful exchange of ideas that invert materials to create new unique characters. The simple combinations are not only decorative but are still very functional. All the products are handmade … Continue reading Syrup Anyone?
It has the capacity to be used for gadgets, tools, accessories or items with a long dimensions. Continue reading Streamlined Storage
Engineering poetry, the projects are experimental and artistic, but still retain a commercial potential. Continue reading Face to Face
The product can be used as an apple carrier and as an apple container. Continue reading Apples on the Go
Inspired to the period bottles of fragrances. These forms, unexpected on the table, outline a new gestural expressiveness towards food. Continue reading Glass Gestures
A prototype structure that transformed a 12 meter long recycled shipping container into an independent classroom. Continue reading Classroom in a Container