TacoFino Commissary by Omer Arbel, Vancouver

December 1st, 2012 by retail design blog

Designer Omer Arbel created this commissary for a taco food truck in Vancouver with a stripped down, beachy feel. TacoFino Commissary was conceived as a ‘series of horizontal layers,’ he says. The upper layer is a chandelier of blown glass orbs and planters of cacti suspended amidst a tangle of copper tubing, created by Arbel and Bocci.

The orbs were blown to include randomly placed cavities large enough for small plants and lighting fixtures. Small white planters float amongst the orbs, as if they have escaped from the confines of glass. Underneath, benches and stools made from reclaimed wood with white steel legs are decorated with painted table markers and mason jars.










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