Tupperware wins IIDA Challenges Design Award


Designed by Tupperware’s inhouse team led by Michelle Hernandez, IIDA

Exhibit design by Design Island

Architect of Record – HuntonBrady

“The Tupperware Brands Confidence Center offers a unique look into the past, present and future of this iconic company. Key historic features in the mid-century modern headquarters building were restored and designed to showcase not only the company’s history but also its innovation and global reach now and in the future.  The 8,146 square foot, $2.5M first-floor exhibit space is a high-tech interactive experience housed within a historic building designed in the 1960s by Edward Durell Stone. Among a number of challenges, both functional and aesthetic, to overcome included the installation of modern MEP and AV equipment within a shallow, coffered second floor deck.”


See all the Winners on their Chapter Website, under the IDEA Gallery tab:

Here is a link to Design Island the Exhibit Designers:

Here is a link to HuntonBrady Architects of Record:

And a link to Tupperware:

About Gregory Stock, AIA, LEED BD+C

I am an experienced architect and artist, you can visit my website for information about me and my work, social media pages and more http://www.gregorystockdesign.us
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