Coffee & Tea
Coffee & Tea
Elevating the daily routine of drinking a cup of coffee or tea, these accessories provide a more remarkable experience, whether enhancing the taste or making serving more special with innovative design. Luminaire's coffee and tea accessories feature traditional devices demonstrating modern production and form. From Tassilo von Grolman's legendary Filio Teapot which highlights the visual process of tea leaves gently unfolding inside its spherical glass, to Piero Lissoni's simple and and elegant Pina Espresso Maker, all are well conceived functional objects with standout designs.
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/images/products/thumbs/654.jpg Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, the CFF CP Mocha Cups is a set of two double wall, stainless steel mugs with saucers for espresso drinks. The remarkable design is a distillation of Alessi's 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project which invited famous architects to design - often for their first times - a limited edition tea and coffee services. CFF CP Mocha Cups Set Jean Nouvel
/images/products/thumbs/655.jpg Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, the CFF CP Coffee Spoons are sculptural mirror polished stainless steel accessories for enjoying your coffee or espresso. The remarkable design is a distillation of Alessi's 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project which invited famous architects to design - often for their first times - a limited edition tea and coffee services. CFF CP Mocha Spoons Set Jean Nouvel
/images/products/thumbs/448.jpg An exceptional hand-crafted small vessel, Takumi Shimamura's Chanto Espresso Cup combines the natural beauty of wood with the traditional craft of lacquering resulting in an object with a gentle form and beauty. The Japanese designer, who has developed projects for such companies as Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Fujitsu, builds upon traditional craftwork found in his native country. Chanto Espresso Cup Takumi Shimamura
/images/products/thumbs/594.jpg Kazuhiko Tomita's Ciacapo Cast Iron Teapot takes its inspiration from traditional Japanese design without affecting the quality of the materials or the functionality of the object. Available in two sizes, the teapot is a robust and sturdy design that is perfect for brewing a flavorful cup of tea. Ciacapo Cast Iron Teapot Kazuhiko Tomita
/images/products/thumbs/135.jpg Part of the legendary Cylinda Line, Arne Jacobsen's iconic Cylinda Creamer is made of 18/8 gauge stainless steel that has been carefully brought to a polished satin finish. As groundbreaking as it was when it was conceived in 1967, the creamer makes a stark functionalist addition to any coffee preparation routine. Cylinda Creamer Arne Jacobsen
/images/products/thumbs/136.jpg Part of the legendary Cylinda Line, Arne Jacobsen's iconic Cylinda Sugar Bowl is made of 18/8 gauge stainless steel that has been carefully brought to a polished satin finish. As groundbreaking as it was when it was conceived in 1967, the creamer makes a stark functionalist addition to any coffee preparation routine. Cylinda Sugar Bowl Arne Jacobsen
/images/products/thumbs/131.jpg A sophisticated and practical teapot, Filio allows you to place your favorite tea in the stainless steel mesh sieve and watch the leaves unfold freely as they release their aroma. Filio Teapot Tassilo von Grolman
/images/products/thumbs/656.jpg A simple form that reflects the function of the object, Jakob Wagner's Flow Milk Jug is a refreshingly simple object for the table. The designer sought to create a harmonious form from four elements: one hole to fill the jug, one hole to pour from, a low center of gravity and a generous form for comfortable grip. Flow Milk Jug Jakob Wagner
/images/products/thumbs/580.jpg The Giss Liquid Container from Steroglass captures an inviting reaction at the dinner table uniquely as a result of the quiet yet expressive silhouette designed to hold a determined amount of liquid without taking much space. Giss Liquid Container R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/113.jpg Referencing the traditional hat of governors in ancient Chinese culture, the Governor Tea Set features double wall glass which keeps the tea hot while preventing the user to be scalded by the exterior. Governor Tea Set Demirden Design and Hasan Demir Obuz
/images/products/thumbs/652.jpg Designed by architect David Chipperfield, the Hupla Mocha Cups Set is a distillation of Alessi's 2003 Tea & Coffee Tower Project. Influenced by the original limited edition version, this distillation is a simple, well proportioned design devoid of ornamentation for espresso and mocha drinks. Hupla Mocha Cups Set David Chipperfield
/images/products/thumbs/653.jpg David Chipperfield has designed a perfect spoon for stirring your coffee drinks. A set of four simple mirror polished spoons were influenced by a special project which asked famous architects to design coffee and tea sets. Hupla Mocha Spoons Set David Chipperfield
/images/products/thumbs/196.jpg Uniquely embracing the meeting of two traditions - Asian zen philosophies and modern Scandinavian design - Norm's Kettle Teapot features a transparency that grants a visual experience of the tea and stimulates the senses of sight, touch, and smell alike. Kettle Teapot Norm
/images/products/thumbs/134.jpg Perfect for serving either coffee or tea, Piet Stockmans' La Mer Coffee & Teapot features a gently curved handle and removable lid. Capturing the essence and refinement of Piet Stockmans' porcelain objects, the vessel combines the designer's characteristic colors and surface texture into a functional tabletop object. La Mer Coffee & Teapot Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/425.jpg Elevating everyday accessories to objects of desire, Piet Stockmans injects his careful attention to detail and expert handling of material in the La Mer Creamer, an elegant solution for the daily coffee and tea routine. La Mer Creamer Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/424.jpg Elevating everyday accessories to objects of desire, Piet Stockmans injects his careful attention to detail and expert handling of material in the La Mer Sugar Container, an elegant solution for the daily coffee and tea routine. La Mer Sugar Container Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/706.jpg Inspired by the concept of purifying and re-interpreting the aesthetic beauty found in everyday objects, designer Catherine Lovatt's porcelain beaker subtracts from the archetypal form creating a functional object with a unique design language. Perfect for coffee and tea, the beaker coordinates with the rest of the Lovatt collection. Lovatt Beaker Catherine Lovatt
/images/products/thumbs/114.jpg Paying homage to Japanese craft and tradition, the Nomu Teapot combines ceramic and cork to form a functional tabletop object. The turned cork creates a heatproof sleeve which allows users to serve tea freely and appreciate the tactile quality of the materials. Nomu Teapot Lee West
/images/products/thumbs/290.jpg Simple, practical, and elegant, the Pina Espresso Coffee Maker is the first design in the Alessi collection by prolific Italian minimalist Piero Lissoni. Pina Espresso Coffee Maker Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/702.jpg With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh's Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, the cups come in two sizes for coffee and tea. Sigillata Signature Cups Chris Mestdagh
/images/products/thumbs/500.jpg Sin Azumi's Snowman Milk Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. Perfect for use during breakfast with coffee or during formal meals, the white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware. Snowman Milk Pitcher Shin Azumi
/images/products/thumbs/710.jpg With an matching cup and saucer, Piet Stockmans' UnoDueTre Espresso Set is perfect for enjoying coffee drinks. Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, the versatile range of porcelain dinnerware combines a raw and unglazed exterior with a smooth and glossy interior. UnoDueTre Espresso Set Piet Stockmans