Designed in San Francisco and based in Vancouver (with warehouses in the USA, Canada, and Denmark), STACT offers wine racks, and wine storage solutions for people who share a passion for wine and good design. The STACT modular wine rack system offers the best balance of simplicity, usability, and style. We at STACT are passionate about our products. We have a single minded goal to offer the very best in wine storage, with designs that are simple, stunning, and a pleasure to live with for a long period of time.
Known as "the pioneers of modern wine storage" STACT reimagines how wine is stored and showcased in the home. Designed by world-renowned designers and crafted with high-quality materials, the resulting solutions are uniquely versatile, space efficient and customizable to fit any space or décor. STACT wine racks have received international acclaim, having been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Gizmodo, AskMen, Globe & Mail, and Design Milk, ranked as the #1 Kickstarter design product by Huffington Post's StyleList, and selected by Uncrate as 'Most wanted'.
With the support of 2012 ICFF award-winning designer, Eric Pfeiffer of San Francisco-based Pfeiffer Lab, there comes a proven track record of bringing hundreds of elegant and well-designed consumer products to market, with vast experience in product development and a deep network of manufacturers. Pfeiffer has consulted and developed products for Design Within Reach, Williams Sonoma, Target, Crate & Barrel, MoMa, Room & Board, CB2, Gap, Yliving, Dow Chemical, Alcoa, Eastman, Council, Columbia Forest Products, Burton, Levi's, Gap, Paul Frank, OXO, Nest, Evernote (Pfeiffer Collection), Google and many more. His works are included in the permanent collections of museums worldwide including the MoMa. Here, Eric shares the magic behind the design process of STACT.
An oenophile with an eye for design, Jamie Kasza sought a wine storage solution that offers elegance and versatility. Frustrated with the uninspired products available in the market, he teamed up with Pfeiffer Lab to create a flexible wine rack system which would satisfy the most discerning of needs, while remaining accessible to wine lovers.
07.26.2012 – STACT launches C-type modular wine wall via Kickstarter
12.09.2013 – STACT expands to Australia and New Zealand
05.01.2014 – STACT expands to Denmark, Sweden, and Norway
03.09.2015 – STACT expands to Germany
02.12.2016 – STACT partners with CellArt to offer STACT custom cellars
09.15.2016 – STACT introduces L-type, premium 'label-out' wine storage panels
Born on Kickstarter
Shattering its initial crowd-funding coal in just 40 hours via Kickstarter, STACT has disrupted the wine storage industry through 'good design'. Residing at the intersection of wine and interior décor, STACT represents the emergence of a whole new category within the wine space, revolutionizing how wine is stored and displayed.
STACT has gone on to reach international acclaim, having been featured by countless leading networks and publications, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Gizmodo, Globe & Mail, Design Milk. These are just a few of the many accolades STACT has received:
- Recommended as a 'must-have' by the New York Times
- Rated #1 Kickstarter design product on Huffington Post’s StyleList
- Listed on Askmen's 'Essential Design & Tech Gear' of 2015
- Featured on Uncrate.com’s ‘Most Wanted' list
- Selected as 'Ultimate Gift' by world's #1 wine blog, 'Winefolly'
- Honored at Kickstarter All-stars Exhibition
- Touted as "the coolest wine rack you can buy" by Australia's top wine blog, 'The Wine Wankers'
- Featured amongst the world’s most stunning wine cellar designs by ‘Cheers! Wine Cellar Design’
- Promoted by the world's largest wine company, Treasury Wine Estates
- Featured by leading US TV networks, including Fox News, DIY Network's 'I Want That', A&E's 'Married at First Sight', and HGTV's 'America's Most Desperate Kitchens'
Our Kickstarter backers, the New York Times, Bob Vila, Wall Street Journal, Gizmodo, Fox News, DIY network, Profit Magazine, Uncrate, AskMen, Huffington Post StyleList, The Globe & Mail, Vancouver Sun, Design Milk, Freshome, Core77, LuxuryInsider, the Food Channel, Stella Artois, City TV, Complex Magazine, Awesome Inventions, TrendHunter, Selectism, HiConsumption, Design & Living Magazine, Decor Magazine, At Home Magazine, Design You Trust, Wine-Searcher, The Daily Meal, Drink Me Magazine, Chilled Magazine, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Swissquote Magazine,YankoDesign, Core77, Swiss Miss, DesignIsThis, DesignSpotter, InStash, mmminimal, BuzzFeed, Dude I Want That, the Awesomer, Werd, Pursuitist, Home Interior Design & Architecture, Luxury-Insider, Awesome Design Ideas, Player.hu, Welke.nl, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Manners.nl, ShowHome.nl, Wanted.de, Beast.com, Dtail.com, Wall.hr, Wantr, Crnchy, DigsDigs, Gear Hungry, GadgetFlow, Oh Gizmo, CoolThings, So Freaking Cool, The Lust List, DesignCrushBlog, Desire This, Frat Fury, Khool, Francesco Mugnai, Grassroots Modern, Droold, ViceSpy, Manify, Bangers and Nash, Briefed, Gentlemint, Tech Vibes, VanCityBuzz, Materialicious, Much Awesome, Fave Thing, Lushome, Home Crux, House Of Anais, Connery magazine, Decor Addict, Svpply, theFancy, Plunder Guide, Swellness, Publikcible, Ideare Casa, Spis Bedre, Creative Furniture, Men Vision, MomToob, Useful Glamour, SeedingFactory, Life & Style, iGet.it, Packaging Drinks Business Review, Architect Lines, Architects Corner, Wine Harlots, Wine Wankers, Danish Wine Forum, Trends Updates, itBusiness, Flavorwire, Brit + Co, Houzz, Scout Magazine, theBerry, Vines Magazine, Wait! Magazine, Eat Well 101, Fancy, AGEFI Life Magazine, Downtown NYC Magazine, Treasury Wine Estates, Wynns Wines, Cheers! Wine Cellar Design, CityLine on CityTV, HGTV's 'Cousins on Call', Leader Post, Ottawa Citizen, James Halliday's Wine Companion Magazine, the Cheat Sheet, the Up Scout, the Chive, Homes of the Rich, Vancouver Magazine, In Home Magazine, National Post, Colorado's Best, the Marilyn Denis Show, Twin Cities Live show, The National Post, CTV News, HGTV's Most Desperate Kitchens, Gear Patrol, and many more.See what they're saying about us here.