Under cover

New, stylish press coffee maker matching the bread bags color scheme. Under cover is a new kind of coffee press – all known inconveniences from the traditional press coffee maker are “designed” away. The cover keeps the coffee warm and prevents table scratches. The jug is practical – you can pour no matter how the […]

Simply thermos

A nice and functional thermos does not yet exist, Klaus Rath claimed, when he presented his thermos to Stelton’s product council – and he was right. We agreed and just had to produce the most beautiful thermos on the market. Elegant thermos with 3 layers of stainless steel and plastic. The top of the bottle […]

Fabrikators nominated for Formland Design Award – Autumn 2009

Product: Toddler Table cutlery Company: Fabrikators Designer: Josefine Bentzen Children cutlery The Copenhagen Fabrikators firms and ToddlerCompany are behind the new Danish-designed children’s cutlery, ToddlerTable cutlery. The cutlery is designed to support the child’s motor development, and makes it look good on a dining table. ToddlerTable cutlery is nominated for Formland Design Award – Autumn […]

Hot tea and coffee, without burning your fingers

Designer Pernille Vea and Menu have created a new tea and coffee series with a cafetiere, teapot and practical thermal cups. The simple, white porcelain thermal cups with the tempting spring green colour on the inside match Menu’s functional new teapot and cafetiere. All of the series’ pieces are created by designer Pernille Vea and […]

Horn goods factory nominated for Formland Design Award – Autumn 2009

Product: Anine Company: Horn Commodity Factory Designer: Sara Bruun Buch Horn bowls in a smart design The West Jutland firm Horn goods factory’s vases Anine are nominated for the Formland Design Award – Autumn 2009. Based on kohorn, designer Sara Bech Bruun created a modern design product for the house. Horn goods factory is the […]

Teapot with an untraditional combination of materials

New teapot from Menu combines classical porcelain with modern silicone. It may not be obvious to use two materials that are so very different as porcelain and silicone in the same product. Nonetheless, this is precisely the combination selected by designer Pernille Vea for Menu’s new teapot. The result is a teapot that is simultaneously […]

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