The traditional French press is perhaps one of the best ways to make a delicious cup of coffee in the morning, yet the stone French press addresses one of its main flaws: it's delicacy. The fragile glass that it is usually made out of might be pretty, but it can also lead to a dangerous situation if it is accidentally dropped, fractured or anything in between.
The stone French press by Danish designer Mette Duedahl of Muuto, which has been dubbed Push, is a great alternative. As chic and sophisticated as its predecessor, the stone French press is much more sturdy and long-lasting. Although stoneware can still break, it will take a much more persistent soul to do so. The design is also much more versatile.
The Push Coffee Pot by Muuto Rethinks the Use of Fragile Glass
Meghan Young — September 10, 2014 — Art & Design
References: muuto & fastcodesign