CRATE • noun: crate; plural noun: crates.
1. A slatted wooden case used for transporting goods. “a crate of bananas”. 2. A square rigid container divided into small units, used for transporting or storing bottles. “a milk crate”. 3. Pack (something) in a crate for transportation. “fruit and vegetables were being sorted and crated”.
Synonyms: case, packing case, chest, coffer, trunk, box, casket, strongbox, basket, hamper, pack, bin, drum, container, receptacle; technical lug.
Origin: Late Middle English: via Old French from late Latin horizon, from Greek horizōn (kuklos) ‘limiting (circle)’.
4033 Press photo of the Kratkasten series, 2004
3129 Construction of the Brinta House, 2008
3213 Presentation of Blown to Life, 2009
3269 Exhibition view of Utrecht Manifest (Photo by Ralph Kämena), 2013
3101 Flowers blooming in the Cubic Meter Culture Crates, 2007
3100 Exhibition view of Designing Critical Design, 2007
4053 Jurgen Bey at work (Photo by Roel van Tour), 2007
3110 Exhibition view of Model World (Photo by Bob Goedewaagen), 2007
3153 Reading Table created for the RePacked exhibition (Photo by Bob Goedewaagen), 2008
3216 The Vanity Crate of the Crate Series (Photo by Stijn Brakkee), 2010
3216 The Bed Crate of the Crate Series, 2010
3280 Droomhuis, a house intended only for animals and plants, 2013
3268 Buijtenbed pavillion during the opening (Photo by Kevin Smeeing), 2012
8000 Publication on the work of Jurgen Bey in De Groene Amsterdammer (Photo by Bob Bronshoff), 2006