Design

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The Faro Mug designed by Kosei Shirotani for Kinto is an elegant solution for those who find it wasteful to put on a whole pot of coffee for just a single serving. This personal-sized drip coffee maker will make a single cup of perfectly brewed java without any excess waste or unnecessary flash. Its name, “Faro,” is the Italian word for lighthouse, an obvious reference to its silhouette. It is a modular system made of fine porcelain; the detachable filter fits a small coffee pot, a mug, or a cup. If you are on the go, use the cup with a small handle, it has a double wall design that keeps the coffee hot, while still remaining cool on the outside. With the convenient lid, you can take a fresh pot of coffee anywhere with the Faro Mug.

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QLOCKTWO BY BIEGERT & FUNK

Steamer Ding, Office for Product Design, Nicol Boyd und Tomas Rosén

Office for Product Design
http://www.officeforproductdesign.com/
Dual is a serving tray with two distinct characters. It is crafted from an oak veneered moulded plywood frame in which a double sided laminate board is suspended – one side glossy white and the other matte black. Beyond the obvious colour contrast and the functional requirements for carrying, ‘Dual’ can also be seen as a presentation platform. The frame and slightly elevated horizontal plane gives the tray an almost plinth like quality which helps to subtly formalise whatever is placed upon it.

 

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