AWAKEN YOUR SENSES
East meets West in the Theo collection by Canadian designer, Francis Cayouette, merging the best of Japanese culture and Scandinavian design.
Matte black stoneware and a shiny interior glaze contrast beautifully with the smooth bamboo lid and silicone collar to produce a brewer that is both rustic and timelessly elegant.
Encouraging a more tactile brewing experience, the Theo Coffee Maker's filter funnel has only three holes at its base, naturally extending the run-through time.
Brews up to 10oz | 600ml of coffee—perfect for 1-2 people.
Designed and engineered for slow pour coffee, in the tradition of Japanese style brewing; 3-hole flat-bottom filter funnel naturally extends run-through time.
Brews directly into serving carafe w. stylish bamboo lid to keep coffee warm.
Silicone collar provides easy grip and heat-protection for pouring.
Compatible w. standard No.4 Paper Filters.
COLLECTION | DESIGN FAMILY
Theo | Nordic
Stoneware; silicone; bamboo.
Jug — 20oz | 600ml —ø4.35" x H7.3" | ø11cm x H18.5cm
Dripper — ø5.7" x H3.35" | ø14.5cm x H8.5cm
Made in the People's Republic of China
In collaboration with their talented and carefully selected designers, Stelton's ambition is to create timeless and functional designs that make everyday life a bit more beautiful.
With a firmly rooted belief in simplicity and minimalism, Stelton works to assure that the form and function of their product families create a synthesis that embodies innovative ideas in relation to concept, design and materials.
Embodying a less is more philosophy, Stelton's homage to Scandinavian design heritage results in products with wholly distinct aesthetic, functional and physical quality.
USE & CARE
Dishwasher & microwave safe (excl. bamboo lid).
1-Year limited manufacturer's warranty.
Inspired by the Nordic landscape and design values, it represents the Scandinavian way of living with a less is more attitude.
Minimalistic and artistic.
Canadian designer Francis Cayouette studied in Montreal and Paris before setting up his studio, Unit10 Design, in Copenhagen in 1999.
Characterized by a strong empathy for daily life, his designs are innovative, surprising and functional while maintaining a distinct honesty and natural feel.