Piippu Slow Brewer / 50 eur 125 eur
Designed by Wesley Walters & Salla Luhtasela
Serve two cups of slow-brewed tea or coffee with this sculptural porcelain pot. Piippu is a small piece of Scandinavian minimalism – offering an alternative to the bulky and industrial kitchen equipment. The set is made up from three items: dripper, lid and pot – matte on the outside and glazed inside. Dishwasher-safe.
We recommend to use Hario V60 Coffee Paper Filter. Alternatively Coffee Paper Filter Cones size 2.
LxWxH: 17x12,5x19,5 cm
Item no. 1506407
- WxDxH: 19x14x21,5 cm
Weight: 1,48 kg
- Material and care
Proper usage and maintenance
Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.
Porcelain is an elegant yet hard material which offers great resistance toward scratches and heat. This ensures a high food safety and beautiful servings. On top of that, porcelain is easy to clean and oven-proof.
Cleaning and maintenance
Use hot water and a mild dish soap. The porcelain is also dishwasher-safe.
Cool down the porcelain slowly after having used it in the oven. Porcelain might crack if you put it directly under cold water or in the refrigerator when still heated from the oven. The porcelain should not go into the freezer.
About the designer / Wesley Walters & Salla Luhtasela
Wesley Walters & Salla Luhtasela also known as Studio Kaksikko are indeed a hybrid design constellation, where Nordic and American and Asian inspiration and traditions come together to give rise to new products and furniture. The duo met at the Aalto University in Helsinki. Before that, Salla studied to be a confectioner, and Wesley studied East Asian languages and worked as a Japanese interpreter on film sets. It was here, surrounded by architecture and set designs, that Wesley’s fascination with design was lit.
After teaming up at the university in Helsinki they established a joint studio in Finland, creating objects and furniture in a minimalist expression that is both new and old. New because of their mixed international background and eye for modern details, and old because of their fascination with and interest in traditions, techniques and old crafts, where they derive hands-on experience from 1:1 mock-ups that gives them a broad, eye-opening and concrete grasp of tactility, materials and functionality.