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This Pour-Over Coffee Maker is Influenced by Industrial Design

 - Oct 28, 2015
References: iikone.bigcartel & contemporist
This pour-over sculptural coffee maker is a piece of industrial art that can be displayed on a kitchen countertop.

The 'IIKONE' was created by Polish designer Bartosz Garlinski who combined his experience in industrial design together with his passion for coffee brewing. The sculptural brewer is made from a high-gloss and medical-grade stainless steel that has been CNC machine cut and polished. The brewer itself stands on three legs, and uses the pour-over method of coffee making, using a unique ring that holds a cone-shaped filter in place without obstructing it.

This method of brewing removes any uneven surface tension on the filter, and in doing so allows for an undisturbed brewing process resulting in a less bitter and more complex cup of coffee. With the 'IIKONE' method of brewing, your morning cup of joe can become an sculptural spectacle each and every day.