Tea drinking cool for the minimalist modern
Monday, August 5, 2013/
Ideal for those seeking a minimalist aesthetic, or the utterly clumsy, this teapot is more clever than quaint.
The Quattro teapot’s handle makes it easy to move around. When folded out, the teapot can be poured a finger rather than tipped.
With centuries of history, legions of fans and brands like boutique company T2 going from strength to strength, creating a new product for the tea drinking market is a winner if you can find an idea that’s different enough.
How could you stir the tea drinking implement industry?
Via Design Taxi
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