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CUTEA TEA CANISTER WHITE

Designer:  David Green, Martin Luu

$15.00

Store your tea leaves or bags, sugar or coffee in this matte ceramic stacking container with metal lid. Capacity is 500ml (2.1 cups). Dishwasher safe. Silicone gasket for air tight seal.

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Store your tea leaves or bags, sugar or coffee in this matte ceramic stacking container with metal lid. Capacity is 500ml (2.1 cups). Dishwasher safe. Silicone gasket for air tight seal.

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  • Adding to the tea family, store your tea leaves or bags, sugar or coffee in this matte ceramic stacking container with metal lid
  • Capacity is 500ml (2.1 cups)
  • Silicone gasket for air tight seal
  • Hand wash only
David Green

David’s approach to design begins with a hands-on curiosity and a thirst for discovering an unmet need. To him, design is not just a 9 to 5 job—walking through a new...

David’s approach to design begins with a hands-on curiosity and a thirst for discovering an unmet need. To him, design is not just a 9 to 5 job—walking through a new city, seeing a cool mechanism, touching an innovative material or taking in an art show can spark a new direction at any moment. David believes a good product has equal parts style and function so that people love to own it and never want to throw away.

Martin Luu

While growing up in Toronto, Martin was keen on exploring his creativity through different mediums. His teenaged years were focused on producing graphics, photography,...

While growing up in Toronto, Martin was keen on exploring his creativity through different mediums. His teenaged years were focused on producing graphics, photography, illustration, and sculptures. He would eventually pursue his bachelors in Industrial Design at OCAD University, where he was able to apply his multi-disciplinary perspective to design.

Martin is fascinated by simple solutions and playful material details. In the studio, he enjoys a hands-on approach to design. He considers his most creative moments to be in the midst of sketching, making, and working through problems with others. To him, great design is the result of curiosity and rigor. It is a playful, iterative process to find the soul of a product.

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