It looks as though this sleek Nespresso machine by Tali Shilo requires protective eyewear and a white coat to operate, but despite its likeness to a certain scientific instrument, this appliance is remarkably easy to use.
This coffee machine has been designed to work with single-serve coffee capsules so that sourcing and storing freshly ground beans is no longer necessary. As a result, the process of preparing the flavorful hot beverage is a whole lot simpler, requiring just a few efficient functions to operate.
A consequent contemporary and streamlined aesthetic can be achieved, and comprises two eggplant-colored cylinders with one cantilevered over an excess liquid grate. Cold water is poured into the larger base receptacle and piping hot java flows through the broken sachet and out of the smaller tube of the Nespresso machine by Tali Shilo.
Nespresso Machine by Tali Shilo Masters the Science of Brewing
Amelia Roblin — August 8, 2011 — Art & Design