From world-renowned architect, designer and urbanist, the Norman Foster collection harnesses the power of form, craftsmanship and texture to create an evocative and functional range of tableware for everyday life.
Made of high quality polished stainless steel with soft curves and a hint of gold on its lid, the vacuum-insulated Foster French Press brings substance and style to any kitchen or coffee table.
Brews up to 34oz | 1L of coffee—perfect for 1-4 people.
Dual-wall vacuum-insulated stainless steel jug helps keep coffee hot for an extended period.
To serve, grasp the knob and turn the lid open; close by turning the lid back.
COLLECTION | DESIGN FAMILY
Stainless steel; silicone.
34oz | 1L —ø4.8" x W6.3" x H9.5" | ø12.4cm x W16cm x H24cm
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
We recommend regularly rinsing all parts with hot water; all parts are dishwasher safe.
1-Year limited manufacturer's warranty.
The Norman Foster Collection brings together simple sculptural form and soft geometry to create exceptionally crafted tableware for a wide range of settings. From elegant carafes to more informal espresso cups, each object is a response to its specific function, while embodying a shared language.
Norman Foster is Executive Chairman and Founder of Foster & Partners, one of the most influential architectural design firms shaping cities across the world, known for projects such as Millau Viaduct, Reichstag: New German Parliament, and The Great Court at the British Museum.