Sucabaruca by Luca Nichetto for Mjölk

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Sucabaruca by Italian designer Luca Nichetto is a ceramic coffee set Nichetto created for a solo exhibition of his work at the Toronto based gallery Mjölk. Nichetto decided to design the set after he met with the owners of the gallery, John Baker and his wife Juli Daousti. Mjölk features furniture and lighting from across Japan and Scandinavia. The idea was to design a coffee set that aims to combine the modern ritual of filtered coffee, which unites the three regions the gallery represents, North America, Scandinavia, and Japan. The coffee set borrows elements and influences from all three cultures. The set includes three cups, a pot, filter and a tray made from Canadian maple wood and comes in four shades – white, grey, blue and pink.

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Nichetto Studio

Mjölk

via dezeen

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2 comments

  1. PERCOLATOR

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  2. I like coffee and I like the design of Sucabaruca.

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