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Iedde

The Grammella, a tool used to shell Taranto black mussels, is a typical object of Taranto, Italy. Iedde is the result of a redesign operation focused on the analysis of the traditional tool, its use, the historic and geographic context and mussel. The ergonomics of the tool derives from the handle, whose shapes lend themselves to being received in the palm and from the blade that arises spontaneously following the curve of the grip, to connect harmoniously to the base. This makes the tool easy and comfortable to handle. Iedde is an iconic tool that represents the maritime culture of the city.

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La Espresso

The brewing handle as the symbol of espresso coffee is integrated into the coffee-making to maintain a familiar feel. Combined with the brewing hand, the shape of the handle gives users the feel of making coffee. People could have the feeling of undertaking falling powder at home. The bowing handle becomes the point of o force for extraction, The exclusive coffee travel storage bag protects each coffee-making set. Whether you are traveling or making friends, you can easily share coffee.

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FinaMill

FinaMill is a powerful kitchen mill with interchangeable and refillable spice pods. FinaMill is the easy way to elevate cooking with the bold flavor of freshly ground spices. Just fill the reusable pods with dried spices or herbs, snap a pod in place, and grind the exact amount of spice you need with the push of a button. Swap out spice pods with just a few clicks and keep cooking. It’s the one grinder for all your spices.

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Tsuzumi

Tsuzumi has a symmetrical shape with two cups on either end, and each has a different color. You can use Tsuzumi to serve sake, some kind of strong alcohol, or delicacies, but just displaying it as a piece of art could satisfy you because of its nobility and gracefulness. It harmonizes with almost anything. Normally, makie is applied to the body or the inside bottom, but in the case of Tsuzumi, it is positioned as if it looks peeking out from inside. This is the very essence of Japanese beauty, which is modest but impressive. Layered urushi, tamenuri, creates graceful shades in the cup.

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Elan Vital

Because of regularly arranging the motifs of matching cups that imagine a fun encounter, the design is full of dynamism that evokes vivid polka dots, splashes, or bait balls of a large school of fish spinning in the water. Additionally, when viewed from the side or top, the seams of the inner cup shine through or reflect while changing in various ways, giving people a sense of the dynamism of life and filling them with healing and happiness. There are multiple types of glassware, such as wine glasses, sake cups, plates, and rock glasses.

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Air Kiss

Air Kiss is designed to keep coffee beans fresh for longer. Its curved lid goes into the canister to touch the beans, squeezing out excess air and reducing the contact with oxygen, preserving the taste and aroma of the coffee beans. The lid also features a convex dome that can be easily lifted with a finger tip in one second. Air Kiss also caters to personal preferences by allowing users to insert the coffee label, or write user's secret score on the soft-touch base which can be easily erased with an eraser. No more waste to our environment.

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Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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