This Mortar and Pestle Set Was Made Through 3D-Printing

By: Mishal Omar - Aug 16, 2016
References: othr & design-milk
Mortars and pestles have long been used to crush herbs to make pharmaceutical concoctions and the ones designed by Bambu Studio have a more modern twist.

Called the 'Pill Mortar and Pestle,' the device's design was led by Javier Moreno and was created through a process that is anything but traditional -- through 3D-printing. The object is made from porcelain and is either matte black or white in color. Its sleek finish and modernized design offer a fresh twist on an object that had more use in history than it does now.

By re-invigorating the concept of a mortar and pestle, Bambu Studio has created an object that works as a functional talking point in the home.