These contemporary crates and trays are made from thin laser-cut plywood which are assembled with finger joints, exposing a geometric detail on the edges. The series is designed with a lozenge or rhombus pattern, with cut-outs that vary in size to create a gradient of opacity. The cut-outs allow the contents to peek through, adding colour contrast against the natural wood. The crates are designed in two heights: one full-cube and one half-cube. The shape of the handles is cut out at the bottom of the crate, allowing both sizes to stack together for maximum storage. The tray is also stackable, and is available in both a wood and acrylic version.
Location: Montreal, QC, CA
My Role: designer