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Brief Published: 26 Jun 2013

Manual Coffeemaker No. 1


As the enthusiasm for coffee culture continues, Chicago-based Craighton Berman Studio has launched the Manual Coffeemaker No.1 – a device to make ‘slow coffee’ using the drip method. Coffee drips through a filter directly into the cup below. Made of glass, it is attractive enough to be displayed on a kitchen worktop and makes the entire process visible, turning it into a spectacle. 

We have seen a rise in the popularity of clinically styled products with clean lines, particularly in kitchen equipment. Read more about this emerging aesthetic in the Stylus report Lab Look

The Manual Coffeemaker No.1 was launched at New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) earlier this month. For more coverage, take a look at Stylus' ICFF report.

Craighton Berman Studio