July 29, 2010

Concrete Lavazza Espresso Machine


OK - it's weird and it's not really for sale, but the Yanko Design studio has put together a working design for a concrete machine based on Lavazza parts. The simple design shows off the brewed cup well and offers some cool post-modern industrial street cred with the chips and rough marks for those who have to have the latest look. I like the rough hewn buttons that look like they were cast using ancient techniques.


I like the fact that they use the Bodum Pavina glass for the demo - they're my favorite for espresso.

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Posted by Scott Martin at July 29, 2010 11:52 AM
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