The Junto Terracotta Water Carafe

View all 11 Photos

Inspired by the traditional Spanish botijo, the Junto terracotta water carafe reimagines the rustic design as a contemporary and refined item that still maintains the original’s warm, earthy character. Created by Danish designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen, the carafe has a minimalist aesthetic that establishes a link between Scandinavia and Spain. The carafe features the botijo’s classic two spouts, one for filling the interior and the other meant for pouring.

Sleek and elegant, Junto features a play on textures thanks to the glazed and matte finishes, as well as the combination between the grooved and smooth surfaces. The carafe also comes with matching cups that further accentuate the rustic-modern dynamic. Together, they bring the warmth of rural living along with a touch of Scandinavian design to the kitchen table. You can now find the Junto terracotta water carafe in our shop, along with the cups from the same collection.

    string(5) "admin"
Tags: , , ,

Featured Products Explore new arrivals at the Gessato Shop

More for you

  • The Nuez Lounge Bio Chair

    A designer lounge chair made with biodegradable and easily recyclable materials. Part of the Nuez…

  • The Vipp V2 Kitchen

    A new version of the popular V1 kitchen designed with natural materials. In welcome news…

  • The Nikari Basic Table

    An elegant and versatile wood table that is also conveniently modular. Established in 1967, Finnish…

  • The Pilier Furniture Series

    Steel furniture that explores the symbiotic relationship between traditional craftsmanship and industrial production. Swedish-Iraqi designer…

Take me there

  • The Casona Sforza Hotel

    A new boutique hotel inspired by tradition, harmonious reflection, and nature. Designed by Mexican architect…

  • The Kiro Hiroshima Hotel

    A former hospital transformed into a modern hotel. Located in the center of Hiroshima, Japan,…

  • Numeroventi

    An art residency program in the center of Florence. Founded by Martino di Napoli Rampolla…

loader