1 year ago
MILK BROTHER / MOKA MILK FROTHER
The MILK BROTHER / MOKA MILK FROTHER is inherited from the moka pot, also known as a macchinetta (literally “small machine”) or “Italian coffee pot”, a stove top coffee maker which produces coffee by passing hot water pressurized by steam through ground coffee. Moka pot was first patented by inventor Luigi De Ponti for Alfonso Bialetti in 1933. Bialetti Industrie continues to produce the same model under the name “Moka Express”.
MILK BROTHER is used to create hot milk foam via an intermediary middle valve. Hot milk foam generally relies on steam pressure which normally requires a pump, this pot employs an additional area where steam is stored under pressure – ready to be used for frothing milk. The combination of milk frother and moka pot provides a concise concept for a simple, integrated and lightweight solution which continues in the spirit of the original product – one which has inspired the public for the past 80 years. This project aims to eliminate any unnecessary tooling, design artefacts and functions. There is no pump machine, hand power, electrical requirement or extraneous function.
The vertical arrangement of the assembled product combination affords an easily comprehensible interaction and usage scenario. Steam breaks through the ground coffee from the bottom to the top, the MILK BROTHER further leverages the thermal transmission to an additional end – adding value and potential to the coffee making experience – Same Pot, Same Heat, More Potential.

MILK BROTHER / MOKA MILK FROTHER

The MILK BROTHER / MOKA MILK FROTHER is inherited from the moka pot, also known as a macchinetta (literally “small machine”) or “Italian coffee pot”, a stove top coffee maker which produces coffee by passing hot water pressurized by steam through ground coffee. Moka pot was first patented by inventor Luigi De Ponti for Alfonso Bialetti in 1933. Bialetti Industrie continues to produce the same model under the name “Moka Express”.

MILK BROTHER is used to create hot milk foam via an intermediary middle valve. Hot milk foam generally relies on steam pressure which normally requires a pump, this pot employs an additional area where steam is stored under pressure – ready to be used for frothing milk. The combination of milk frother and moka pot provides a concise concept for a simple, integrated and lightweight solution which continues in the spirit of the original product – one which has inspired the public for the past 80 years. This project aims to eliminate any unnecessary tooling, design artefacts and functions. There is no pump machine, hand power, electrical requirement or extraneous function.

The vertical arrangement of the assembled product combination affords an easily comprehensible interaction and usage scenario. Steam breaks through the ground coffee from the bottom to the top, the MILK BROTHER further leverages the thermal transmission to an additional end – adding value and potential to the coffee making experience – Same Pot, Same Heat, More Potential.

  1. calyptratus reblogged this from youmightfindyourself
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  3. dotcross reblogged this from essenzasam and added:
    I wonder how the pressure turns out, both for the milk and for the espresso.
  4. no-man reblogged this from youmightfindyourself and added:
    want/need/awesome
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  8. hinthigh reblogged this from youmightfindyourself and added:
    IS THIS ART OR A PRODUCT BECAUSE I WANT IT AND IF ITS BOTH ITS THATS EVEN BETTER
  9. davidcrake reblogged this from youmightfindyourself and added:
    Yes please
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  14. vicwomg said: I have a Bellman CX-25 that has a stovetop steam wand. It sucks at making foam. I’ve given up on it.
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    Must have
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