CUB CORNER CADDY

Designer:  Moe Takemura, Wesley Chau

$6.00

Sink caddy with perforated holes to remove and move the suction cups to customize and fit to any sink.

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Sink caddy with perforated holes to remove and move the suction cups to customize and fit to any sink.

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Description
  • Easy to clean
  • Suction cup allows for easy repositioning
  • Fits to the corner of the sink
  • Self draining
  • Holds and dries scrubbies/sponges
  • 2 suction cups included


ITEM NUMBER: 330711-660
MATERIAL: Molded Plastic
DIMENSIONS: 6 1/4 x 4 x 4" (15.9 x 10.2 x 10.2 cm)
Moe Takemura

Born and raised in Japan, Moé studied architecture in Tokyo before transferring to the School of Industrial Design at Lund University in Sweden. She finished her...

Born and raised in Japan, Moé studied architecture in Tokyo before transferring to the School of Industrial Design at Lund University in Sweden. She finished her Masters in 2012 and joined the Umbra design team in the same fall. Her student works have been chosen for iF Concept Award 2011, the student version of prestigious iF Design Award, as well as finalist of Young Swedish Designer’s Award (Ung Svensk Design) in 2012. Moé finds inspirations in her personal experiences and multicultural background. She admires the simplicity in design, and intends to solve small problems while keeping the product experience light, fun and engaging.

Wesley Chau

Wesley’s passion for designing products stemmed from a childhood in the arts. Growing up, much of Wesley’s time was spent solving problems by drawing or playing the...

Wesley’s passion for designing products stemmed from a childhood in the arts. Growing up, much of Wesley’s time was spent solving problems by drawing or playing the drums. He went on to pursue Industrial Design studies at the Rhode Island School of Design. His experience in school was heavily focused on user-centered design and applying design as a tool to facilitate imagination. Wesley values the intersection between art and design and believes that great design tells a compelling story. His work has been featured in numerous press channels including Fast Company and The Discovery Channel.

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