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5 Clever Pieces from Puebco, a Japanese Pop-Up

Founded by Tokyo-based designer Hirotaka Tanaka in 2007, Puebco is defined by eco-friendly practices and industrial style

By Sara Cunningham

The Puebco pop-up at Stackt Market, the shipping container market at Bathurst and Front streets, is chock-full of sustainable lifestyle items created from recycled and found objects. The collection — also available online at puebco.ca — features everything from industrial-inspired homewares to practical camping gear.

A look inside the packed shipping container store.

Like Muji, this home and lifestyle brand aims to fill every gap in your life, from slippers to picture frames to tissue boxes. But, thanks to its unmistakable branding and use of up-cycled materials, you won’t ever confuse the two.

Below are a few of our favourite finds from a recent visit to the store.

Recycled dress shirt fabric bag, four colours, $32

Stacking borosilicate mugs, two sizes, $20

Waxed grocery bags in brown or white, various sizes, from $14

Vintage upholstered drawer pet bed, five colours, $128

Canvas pot covers, three colours, from $16

Where: Puebco pop-up at Stackt Market at #1-112 – 28 Bathurst Street 

When: Open  Mondays to Wednesdays from 11 until 7; Thursdays to Saturdays from 11 to 8; and Sundays from 11 to 6

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