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The Samaná Collection was Designed to Honor a Coffee Ritual

 - Jan 22, 2018
References: jose-bermudez & design-milk
The Samaná collection is a result of a collaborative project designed by Mexican designer José Bermúdez, Colombian Vrokka and Fango studio to celebrate the original coffee ritual. The collection of coffee-making accessories is named in honor of the coffee region that lies between Bogotá and Medellin. In celebration of the original coffee ritual, these accessories are available in two parts -- the Samaná container and Samaná coffeeware.

The container is constructed out of solid ash wood to safely store the coffeeware, and is influenced by the wooden boxes coffee growers use -- it doubles as a tabletop due to its height, which encourages a setting of drinks and chatting. The container features a leather piece that lifts the lid of the container with a steel top. The coffeeware is crafted from materials such as ceramic and oak woods with the drop method feature to closely tie together the coffee rituals to users of the Samaná collection.