Kávovar by Kamil Kurka

August 9, 2009

I tried to design coffee maker which is easy to use and maintain. My aim was to use smooth simple surfaces and only few buttons you really need. The whole shape of the coffee maker is based on spherical surfaces and their intersection, whereas the result evokes “sliced apple”. Contrast graphic applied on the body surface emphasize contours and control buttons.

The contrast surface can be done in luxury black & white glossy finish or in a range of colors that gives it modern and fresh look.

Metal plate equipped drip tray, attached to the body is removable for better cleaning.

On the front panel there are power, volume and froth control button. There is a release button for the drip tray and coffee capsule drawer on the side of the coffee maker. Water reservoir is accessible from the top of the machine.

This concept was hand sketched on the paper and then modeled in Rhinoceros, rendered in Vray.

I would be glad if I could continue on this project in cooperation with an manufacturer.



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