FAB PLUS – This product ships immediately. FREE SHIPPING above $75.
Oops! Please select your size before adding to your cart.
Got an organized design nerd to buy for? This set of five transparent AMAC boxes makes a gift for them a no-brainer. Designer Gene Hurwitt introduced this iconic Crystal Canister to the pharmaceutical industry in 1960, and the coveted container was soon adapted by Andy Warhol and later made a cameo alongside James Bond. Currently part of MoMA’s permanent design collection, this box is storage made simple and chic, to let you (or that friend of yours) stack and sort at will.
Set includes five boxes from 2.44” to 5.5” tall. All lids may be interchanged. All boxes food safe.
Clean with soft, damp cloth.
One of the first companies to experiment with plastic, California brand AMAC was founded by designer Gene Hurwitt in 1960. Its inaugural product was a transparent, stackable box designed for the pharmaceutical industry. Now part of MoMA’s permanent collection, the container’s simple, elegant form inspired a line of modernist-minded organizers for the office and home.