FinaMill is a powerful kitchen mill with interchangeable and refillable spice pods. FinaMill is the easy way to elevate cooking with the bold flavor of freshly ground spices. Just fill the reusable pods with dried spices or herbs, snap a pod in place, and grind the exact amount of spice you need with the push of a button. Swap out spice pods with just a few clicks and keep cooking. It’s the one grinder for all your spices.
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Suggestions it is not just about shapes. It helps chefs to express and create by fusing shapes with gastronomic ideas in each piece. Tired that the starting point was always the search for formal ways, both geometrical and properly finished, Suggestions puts the focus on other points of inspiration based on the observations and questioning with regard to: The presentation of the chefs ideas. Handling by the service crew. Handling by the customer. Acceptance of shapes by the user and the chef. Ways of having an event where food is an important part. Visual, artistic and sensual tendencies.
It's a bionic design. Its overall shape is like a polar penguin, chubby and lovely, warm and elegant. In addition to making it look more vivid and interesting, the tilted shape also makes it easier to use, even for elderly or children. The front end of lid is raised like a penguin beak to prevent dust from falling into the spout. The back end of lid is raised to help users to screw the lid easily. The glass copper-plated inner tank can keep water 80 Celsius degrees after 6 hours, it's still hot enough for tea or coffee.
Nature has always been one of the most important sources of inspiration for designers. The idea came to designers' minds by looking into the space and the image of Milk Way Galaxy.The most important aspect in this design was to create a unique form. Many designs that are in the market focus on making the most clear ice but in this presented design, the designers intentionally focused on the forms which are made by the minerals while the water turns into ice, to be more clear the designers transformed a natural defect into a beautiful effect. This design creates a spiral spherical form.
The design of this service was inspired by two schools of the early 20th century the German Bauhaus and the Russian avant-garde. Strict straight geometry and well-thought-out functionality fully corresponds to the spirit of the manifestos of those times: "what is convenient is beautiful". At the same time following modern trends the designer combines two contrasting materials in this project. Classic white milk porcelain is complemented by bright lids made of cork. Functionality of the design is supported by simple, convenient handles and the overall usability of the form.
The 30s Wine Glass by Saara Korppi is particularly designed for white wine, but it can also be used for other beverages, too. It has been made in a hot shop using old glass blowing techniques, which means every piece is unique. Saara’s goal is to design high quality glass that looks interesting from all angles and, when filled with liquid, allows light to reflect from different angles adding extra enjoyment to drinking. Her inspiration for the 30s Wine Glass comes from her previous 30s Cognac Glass design, both products sharing the shape of the cup and playfulness.