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Sucabaruca

From North America to Australia, the ritual of drinking filtered coffee has become a fact of modern life. Designed in collaboration with Lera Moiseeva, Sucabaruca is a coffee set that draws upon the Scandinavian version of this contemporary ceremony. The porcelain set, which is composed of a tray, pot, filter and cups, is hand-etched and the tray’s wooden or marble surface features its own unique patterns. The elements can be stacked like a totem, while the conical pot echoes Armando Testa’s 1960s cartoon character Carmencita.

Website - mjolk.ca Photographer - Mjölk, Blaise Misiek
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Project Details

Containing, Supporting
Tableware
Coffee Set, Tray, Pot, Filter, Cups
Sucabaruca
Sucabaruca
Coffee Traditions, Cultural Diversity, Carmencita
American Walnut, Canadian Maple, Carrara Marble, Ceramic, Porcelain, Stone, Wood
Memphis Colours, Pastel And White
Glazed Glossy / Oiled
Casting Ceramics, Wood Or Hand-Carved Marble, CNC
Lera Moiseeva
Francesco Dompieri, Leonardo Salzedo
2014
Canada
Mjölk