TUG installation curated by MADE – Cafe

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TUG’s woven lighting structure, Ray, employs a blend of non linear weaving techniques which create an airy mass, as light peaks through overlapping and open seams. TUG’s inspiration arose from rays of sun through clouds on a fall afternoon.

Ray is a café installation created by TUG and curated by MADE.

TUG (Toronto Upcycling Group) is Kaveri Joseph, Christine Lieu, Jessica Ching, Carrie Liang and Heidi Mok. They are Industrial designers, good friends, creators, makers, explorers, collectors, collaborators, thinkers, do-ers, visionaries, food and drink enthusiasts and ninjas.  TUG’s mission is to create a system of waste management that upcycles disposable materials into products of greater value and use, in hopes of inspiring others.

MADE operates a design practice and showroom in Toronto which is committed to the representation of compelling functional works made in Canada by independent Canadian designers. Shaun Moore and Julie Nicholson of MADE maintain a collaborative partnership engaged in custom projects, commissions, collaborations and curatorial projects.


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