BRIM STEP CAN NICKEL

Designer:  David Quan

$35.00

An upgrade to your average step can, BRIM has refinements that make it one of the most accomplished cans out there. Its stainless steel foot pedal triggers a soft close lid system that shuts gracefully. A retention ring holds bags in place and out of sight.

DESIGN INSPIRATION: The form was inspired by our POSTINO mailbox that has continuous flowing lines. I brought that design feature into BRIM and included a very functional bag ring holder, a dampening action to make the lid close ultra-smoothly and plenty of capacity.

An upgrade to your average step can, BRIM has refinements that make it one of the most accomplished cans out there. Its stainless steel foot pedal triggers a soft close lid system that shuts gracefully. A retention ring holds bags in place and out of sight.

DESIGN INSPIRATION: The form was inspired by our POSTINO mailbox that has continuous flowing lines. I brought that design feature into BRIM and included a very functional bag ring holder, a dampening action to make the lid close ultra-smoothly and plenty of capacity.

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Description
  • Bag stays secure and hidden
  • Lid closes quietly
  • Bag ring
  • Lid dampener
  • Capacity 13 gallons (50L)
  • Lid lift handle


ITEM NUMBER: 084200-410
MATERIAL: Molded Plastic
DIMENSIONS: 17 x 25 1/2 x 13” (43 x 64.8 x 33 cm)
PATENTS: U.S. Patent No. D673,750, CND IND. DES. REG. No. 143029
David Quan

David graduated in Industrial Design with top honors in 1990. David started his career at an internationally acclaimed design studio, the Axis group, working in a...

David graduated in Industrial Design with top honors in 1990. David started his career at an internationally acclaimed design studio, the Axis group, working in a diverse range of industries including furniture, toys, sporting goods, medical, high tech and telecommunication equipment. While at Umbra, David spent many years focusing on plastic technology, sustainability and designing award winning product design (Good Design award, Housewares award, Form Award, Design Defined Award, IHA award). Since 2008, David has been teaching in the design department at OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario.

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