The Phil Glass Drip Coffee Maker Set

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An elegant, handcrafted glass coffee making set.

Blueside Design draws inspiration from the world of blues and jazz and from traditional glass-making to create elegant products. For the stylish Phil collection, the Italian brand partnered with designer Alessandro D’Angeli. The Phil line aims to transform coffee making into a thoughtful process that brings more depth to the everyday ritual. It features everything a coffee lover needs to make a perfect cup of coffee. The collection includes a glass kettle for stove use, a glass drip coffee maker, a glass powder measuring tool, and a glass decanter.

Elegant and minimalist, the designs feature organic shapes and clean lines that also make them resemble laboratory glass objects. The name of the range expresses key concepts of the design; from the emotional connection between user and object to referencing the word “filter” to convey familiarity. Both the glass kettle for stove use and the glass drip coffee maker provide an easy way to brew coffee. While the former features a refined take on the kettle silhouette, the latter boasts an innovative cylinder system that doesn’t need filters. The collection also includes a convenient measurement tool for powder coffee and a decanter you can use to make filter coffee.

Handcrafted by skilled artisans in Italy, each product features an extra-clear, 100% borosilicate glass build. This not only makes the set incredibly tough, thermal shock resistant, and durable, but it also ensures it’s completely recyclable. The collection is both dishwasher and microwave safe. Finally, the brand uses a sustainable production method, making the products only on demand to minimize waste. If you want to order one of these products or the entire set, you can find the Phil Ninety-Three Kettle, Phil Decanter, Phil Rain filter coffee system, and Phil Ten measuring tool on the Blueside Design website. Photographs© Blueside Design.

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